MontanaPBS has launched a new streaming option that allows in-state viewers to watch the primary MontanaPBS channel live from web browsers, cell phones, tablets and other smart devices.
The station has also launched a new section of its website called Ways to Watch, which includes additional details for how to watch the MontanaPBS livestream on various devices. Visit montanapbs.org/watch.
“We are regularly exploring and launching new ways for viewers to watch MontanaPBS from around the state to make our programming easy to access no matter how you elect to do so,” said Aaron Pruitt, general manager at KUSM. “Our tech world is continually evolving, and we are eager to adapt to the many ways in which we deliver our local and national programs to viewers around the state.”
Viewers can access the new livestream in a number of ways, including:
•Via the web player at pbs.org/livestream
•Via the PBS video app on Roku
•Via the MontanaPBS mobile app.
Should viewers experience any technical issues, they are encouraged to visit help.pbs.org for a detailed list of frequently asked questions and troubleshooting resources. Viewers may also email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
The MontanaPBS livestream is only available to those watching within the state. Those who try to access the stream outside of Montana will be redirected to their local station channel based on geographic location.