The Verge reported on the launch of a new app by Watchup for the new Apple TV, calling it "a good place to get a regular news fix for free."Read More
TechCrunch reported on the launch of a new app by Watchup for the new Apple TV. TechCrunch's cord-cutting expert Sarah Perez notes that Watchup for Apple TV allows viewers "to watch a personalized newscast on-demand, in a 'lean back' viewing experience that's more like watching regular television."Read More
Watchup founder and CEO Adriano Farano was a guest on the The Bloomberg Advantage radio show with Carol Massar and Cory Johnson to discuss how the streaming news app Watchup is bringing video journalism to a younger demographic than traditional television newscasts.Read More
TechHive's Jared Newman explains how Watchup became the sixth streaming video app (and the first for news) available on the Nintento Wii U gaming console. The article shows how Watchup leveraged the Wii U's handheld video screen controller to deliver an ideal "second-screen" experience for news.Read More
Digital Trends reports on Watchup's new content partnership with CBS Interactive and explains how the streaming news app is working to reverse the downward trend in the consumption of broadcast news among Millennial viewers.Read More
LostRemote, the social TV blog by AdWeek, writes about Watchup's raft of new partnerships with local broadcasters, making it easier than ever before for "cord cutting" consumers to watch local TV news.Read More
In this L.A. Times feature, Watchup founder and CEO Adriano Farano explains hows he intends to solve the problem of dwindling news viewership among Millennial consumers. He says that his streaming news app Watchup, which is customizable and available for free on a wide range of digital platforms, will appeal to younger viewers who want to consume news on their own terms.