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Sunday, August 23, 2015

Myx TV's new website and Youtube series featured on VideoInk


Myx TV, the only English-language multicultural Asian American entertainment network in the U.S., has again received major mainstream attention when VideoInk, the most reputable source for breaking and daily news on the online video industry, ran a story on Myx TV's revamped, mobile-friendly website - www.myxtv.com - and announced the channel's three new original series exclusively for the new Myx TV YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/MYXTV)

"We recognize that a growing number of our audience prefer to view video content on their smart phones and tablets so it was critical to overhaul our website to give them the best viewing experience on these platforms," said Myx TV General Manager Miguel Santos.

"We're also excited to bring our new and unique content to YouTube so many can capture the entertaining Myx TV brand experience on the world's biggest video platform," Santos adds.

The VideoInk article written by Todd Longwell featured the three new original series exclusively for YouTube:

“The Alternative” is a do-it-yourself series hosted by Tara Shah (pictured) featuring natural, holistic and Eastern medicine remedies for everyday health concerns.

“Buddha Smash” focuses on a Buddha character who obliterates everything in his path with his bare hands in a 2D fighting game format.

“Snaxxx” is a culinary commentary show where adult entertainers including Sheila Marie (@sheilamariexxx) and Jaylene Rio (@JayleneRio1) give their unbiased opinions on delicacies from all over the world.

Each show will debut two episodes during premiere week and one episode each subsequent week.

Launched in 2007, Myx TV targets millennial Asian Americans with a mix of reality shows, live music performances and movies. It is broadcast in more than 15 million households on cable providers such as Comcast, Time Warner, Cox and DirecTV. It also offers on demand content on its web site and OTT platforms such as Roku, Samsung Smart TV and blu-ray, and Sony Bravia and blu-ray.

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