This week Verizon launched Yahoo Finance on the Fire TV and Android TV. With this new app, users can access live-streamed market coverage, as well as on-demand video clips and editorially curated playlists, exclusive live-streamed events, original series, personal finance content, and more.
About Yahoo Finance:
From the moment the market opens, stay up-to-the-minute with the latest coverage from Yahoo Finance’s four daily live business day programs, Market Movers, Morning Meeting, Midday Movers, and The Final Round. Across these series, Roku users can expect coverage on the most important business news of the day, what’s driving the markets, and top trends. Starting on November 5, Yahoo Finance will expand the shows to reach five hours of daily programming, and will launch a full eight-hour slate in January of 2019. Yahoo Finance will also provide exclusive access to live events on Roku, such as its own All Markets Summit: America’s Financial Future, on Nov 13. This marquee event will take place in Washington D.C. just days after the 2018 midterms, and bring together some of the best minds in politics and finance for a series of panel discussions on policy implications of the election.
Verizon says in early 2019, Yahoo will launch Yahoo Finance Premium, a paid subscription offering that will provide members with exclusive access to new premium tools, proprietary data sets, and industry-leading research.
Update the Yahoo Finance Premium is not live. You can signup for Yahoo Finance Premium HERE.
If you own a Roku Player Yahoo Finance is already available through the Roku Channel. Apple TV users can find Yahoo Finance in their app store.
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