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FreeCast adds 8 English and Spanish-Language channels from TheSoul Publishing

FreeCast, an American digital media distribution company headquartered in Orlando, Florida, and Limassol-based TheSoul Publishing announced the launch of 8 free ad-supported television (FAST) channels as well as associated ad-supported video on-demand (AVOD) on FreeCast’s free streaming service.

This brings new channels, in both English and Spanish, to the company’s existing lineup of hundreds of free channels, and further expands its collection of free on demand content as well.

The channels include English and Spanish language versions of 123 GO!, 5 Minute Crafts, Slick Slime Sam, Super Slick Slime Sam, Bright Side, and Genial. These channels represent TheSoul Publishing’s most popular brands, which collectively boast over 2 billion followers on social media and video sites.

TheSoul Publishing is the award-winning digital studio that creates entertaining, original, and positive content for a global audience of all ages across a variety of platforms.

Tracy West, FreeCast’s Executive Vice President of Digital Content, discussed the value of this content coming to FreeCast: “This is an exciting deal for us because it brings so much varied content. Live channels and video on demand in English and in Spanish ensures there is something for everyone, whoever they are and however they want to watch. It’s always a win for us when we’re able to give our customers those options, and we’re proud to have a robust selection of content for Spanish-speakers with our Mis Canales offering.”

Jonathan Shrank, TheSoul’s Director of Streaming Content Distribution Partnerships, said: “TheSoul is excited to bring our content to FreeCast. We know viewers want to watch our content on a variety of different platforms, and this partnership gives them another opportunity to do just that. We’re also looking forward to new viewers getting to experience our content for the first time!”

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