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YouTube TV is now available for streaming on Paloton devices, elevating the fitness entertainment experience, as live TV plays for users while working out.
Peloton, a device known for revolutionizing home workouts, has partnered up with YouTube TV – offering its users the ultimate workout experience where they can stream their favorite TV channels. At the same time, they get to keep their physical health in check.
Now that fitness enthusiasts can stream live TV on their Peloton Devices using YouTube TV, their workout routines are set to enhance their overall mood. Because YouTube TV offers live content from popular channels like TNT, CBC, ESPN, FX, etc., along with local broadcast networks.
However, since YouTube TV is a paid service that requires a subscription before playing any content, users are encouraged to purchase a membership to the live TV streaming platform. This opens the possibility for fitness enthusiasts to seamlessly integrate their workouts with FA Cup 2023-24 or NFL 2023-24.
Users who have Peloton All Access membership using Peloton Bike(+), Tread(+), or Row are eligible to stream YouTube TV on their devices. This is another way to optimize Peloton users’ workout time, and it also aligns with many people’s New Year resolutions including prioritizing fitness and a healthy lifestyle.
Gwen Bethel Riley, Senior Vice President of Music and Content Partnerships at Peloton, also backs the significance of the partnership. Stating,
“Our partnership with YouTube TV is a continuation of our commitment to fitness anytime, anywhere. We are empowering our Members to lean into what they love, like catching up on their favorite shows or rooting for their home team, to help inspire them on their fitness journey.”
Peloton is expanding its entertainment ecosystem with YouTube TV, as their realm has seen a partnership with NBA League Pass, offering users to watch specialized NBA content on their Peloton devices. Peloton also tested official apps for popular streaming services like Disney Plus, Netflix, Max, and Prime Video.
While current conditions limit users to use only two applications on the Peloton screen, the YouTube TV partnership is a new way for the device to consider increasing the simultaneous screen option. Soon enough, Peloton users could have all the streaming content at their fingertips, without making them compromise on their fitness journey.