That’s a list of sports that have their own TV channels now that Drone TV has launched on the FilmOn streaming service. According to FilmOn, “the channel will feature 10 new one-hour episodes of adrenalin-packed programming each week, as well as wall-to-wall coverage of major championship events, and highlights from thousands of hours of archives.”
Make no mistake. Drone racing is a “real sport,” as Wired reported in April. The proof? ESPN signed a multi-year TV deal with the International Drone Racing Association, to start with the US National Drone Racing Championships, being held Aug. 3-7 on Governors Island in New York City. That event, and the World Drone Racing Championships in October (Oct. 17-22 in Hawaii) will stream live on the Internet-only ESPN3, available only to wired TV subscribers.
More evidence of drone racing’s rapid growth is Interdrone, the international drone conference and expo being held in Las Vegas, September 7-9. FilmOn said Drone TV will be “the featured media partner” at the event, which already lists 60 other “featured” partners at http://www.interdrone.com/mediapartners.
Drone TV is available free with ads in standard definition, or ad-free in HD with a $14.95 subscription to FilmOn’s premium service, which includes 500 live channels, 45,00 on-demand videos and 10 hours of recording space. FilmOn is available online, and via smartphones, Roku, Apple TV, Xbox and numerous other devices.
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