New Activist Streamer Out For Roku Fire TV And More

There’s a new streaming television network focused on activism to save the planet. UNCHAINEDTV has just launched to give filmmakers and mission-driven content creators a new outlet for passion projects with a purpose.

UNCHAINEDTV collaborates with filmmakers and non-profits that focus on climate change, ending world hunger, improving human health, fitness, as well as wildlife conservation, habitat preservation, animal welfare and promoting a healthy, plant-based, cruelty-free, low-carbon-footprint lifestyle. The service also streams its own original content, including its award-winning, plant-based cooking show New Day New Chef and award-winning climate documentary Countdown to Year Zero.

The service is available on iOS and Android devices as well as Roku, Apple TV and Fire TV.

UNCHAINEDTV was founded by award-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author Jane Velez-Mitchell, whose three decades reporting and anchoring in mainstream television news, including at HLN/CNN Headline News, prepared her for this venture. “I covered crime for decades. Climate change is the ultimate crime of the century as it could kill us all. Yet, obvious solutions are largely ignored by media, government and corporations. It’s time to fill in that gap. The clock is ticking.” says Velez-Mitchell.