Red Bull TV

Red Bull TV is a global multi-platform channel, distributed digitally on connected TVs, smartphones, tablets, and on its website.[1] The channel is available globally and free of charge.[2] Programming is in English language (with optional subtitles and closed captions) and airs across all territories regardless of the country in which it’s produced. The channel is a home for live events and programs on sports, music, and lifestyle/culture, including unbranded original programming.[3] Red Bull TV is also available on Apple TV.[4] Red Bull TV is known for long-format original programming series such as Sky Trippers, an aerial adventure of three friends piloting their paramotors through Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia, URBEX – Enter At Your Own Risk, a documentary series about urban explorers,[5] SCREENLAND explores[6] video game design, short-format series like Sheckler Sessions (featuring pro-skater Ryan Sheckler) and Who is J.O.B. (starring pro surfer Jamie O'Brien), their live coverage of sport events like the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, and the Wings for Life World Run, as well as for live broadcasting music festivals like Lollapalooza.

References

  1. ^ Miller, Mark J. (2015-04-17). "Red Bull TV is Coming to Linear TV—and Virtual Reality". brandchannel:. Retrieved 2016-08-16.
  2. ^ House, ©2011 Red Bull Media. "Red Bull TV - Red Bull Media House". Retrieved 2016-08-16.
  3. ^ "Red Bull takes on new content for linear channel offering » Digital TV Europe". www.digitaltveurope.net. Retrieved 2016-08-16.
  4. ^ "Red Bull TV channel is the latest addition to the Apple TV lineup". Retrieved 2016-08-16.
  5. ^ "The ultimate selfie! Daredevils show no fear chasing the perfect shot". Retrieved 2016-08-16.
  6. ^ https://www.redbull.tv/show/AP-1MSW6FKJS1W11/screenland
Apple TV

Apple TV is a digital media player and microconsole developed and sold by Apple Inc. It is a small network appliance and entertainment device that can receive digital data such as music, video, or the screen display from an Mac or iOS device from specific sources and stream it to a television set or other video display.

Apple TV is an HDMI-compliant source device. To use it for viewing, it has to be connected to an enhanced-definition or high-definition widescreen television via an HDMI cable. The device has no integrated controls and can only be controlled externally, either by an Apple Remote or Siri Remote control device (with which it is sold) using its infrared/Bluetooth capability, by the Apple TV Remote app (downloadable from App Store) on iOS devices, such as the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Apple Watch, using its Wi-Fi capability, or by some third-party infrared remotes.Its Wi-Fi capability is also used to receive digital content from various iOS apps using AirPlay or directly from the iTunes Store, which is then streamed to the TV. It also plays digital content from the iTunes Store, Netflix, Stan, Foxtel Now, Hulu, Now TV (UK only), SlingTV, PlayStation Vue, Amazon Prime Video, DirecTV, YouTube, Red Bull TV, and Vevo along with HBO Now, Showtime Anytime, Starz, and the TV Everywhere portals of several cable and broadcast networks, and the video subscription portals of all of the four major North American sports leagues: NFL TV app, MLB.tv, NBA League Pass, and NHL.tv. It plays content from any macOS or Windows computer running iTunes. Apple began to promote the Live Tune-In feature that allows the viewer to ask Siri to tune to live streams of CBS, ESPN, and Disney XD among many others that support Live Tune-In.

According to observers, Apple's March 2019 special event highlighted the company's reorientation of its focus away from the Apple TV hardware, which has lagged competitors with only 13% of U.S. connected TV market share, and apps on the set-top box, and instead turn toward higher revenue Apple-distributed video streaming that will be available even through competitors' devices, via the company's upcoming Apple TV+ original content service and Apple TV Channels a la carte premium video on demand subscription aggregating service.

Brad Tiemann

Brad Tiemann (born July 21, 1971) is an American filmmaker who produces, directs, and writes feature films, short films, episodic television, and music videos.

Tiemann is known as the executive producer of the Freeform series Movie Night With Karlie Kloss, MTV's Dare to Live, executive producer /director of the MTV series The Buried Life and MTV's animated comedy Greatest Party Story Ever. He wrote and produced the feature film, Circle, a dark thriller featuring Silas Weir Mitchell, Gail O'Grady and America Olivo. His most notable music video Is It Over by Thievery Corporation, starred Jason Thompson, Julie Marie Berman, and Lil Buck. His short film, Owl Farm, about the alter ego of Hunter S. Thompson, was accepted to the Cannes Film Festival and New York International Film Festival. Tiemann has produced and directed upwards of 200 episodes for A&E (TV channel), Bravo (U.S. TV network), Discovery Channel, MTV, Oxygen (TV channel), Oprah Winfrey Network, TruTV, Red Bull TV, and Sony Pictures.

Finn-men

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François Bach

Frank Bach (born May 25, 1987) is a Canadian product designer, speaker, entrepreneur and professor residing in Los Angeles, California. He has worked on acclaimed projects like Headspace and Red Bull TV. Headspace was featured in the Apple App Store (Editors' Choice) and Google Play Store. Forbes called Headspace one of the top 10 game changing apps. FastCo called them one of the most innovative companies. He co-founded boutique agency Bureau, winning the Legacy Award in 2016. He graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2016 with a master's degree.

Hamilton, Charles (album)

Hamilton, Charles is the second studio album and major-label debut by American hip hop recording artist, Charles Hamilton following the shelving and later leak of his commercial debut "This Perfect Life" in 2009. Released on December 9, 2016 by Starchasers Records, First Access Entertainment (formerly Turn First Records), and Republic Records, the album serves as Hamilton's major label debut, after his signing to First Access and Republic in early 2015.

Jokke Sommer

Jokke Sommer (born 6 June 1986, Oslo) is a Norwegian professional skydiver and BASE jumper.

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Nexus Player

The Nexus Player is a digital media player co-developed by Google, Intel and Asus. It is the second media player in the Google Nexus family of consumer devices. Originally running the Android 5.0 ("Lollipop") operating system, it is the first device to employ the Android TV platform. The Nexus player supports Google Cast, the feature for selecting and controlling media playback on a television that was first introduced by Chromecast. Sales of the Nexus Player were discontinued in May 2016, and product support ended in March 2018.

Now TV (Sky)

Now TV (stylised as NOW TV) is a division of pan-European telecommunications company Sky Limited with operations in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Italy. It offers a subscription-based internet television and video-on-demand service. In the United Kingdom, Now TV also provides contract-free broadband internet, and landline telephone services. The majority of services available by Now TV are designed to cater for consumers who do not want to be tied to a contract. An almost identical service known as Sky Ticket (formerly known as Sky Online) operates in Germany and Austria.

Now TV was first announced in the UK in February 2012 as an internet television service, and launched on 17 July 2012 originally offering a Sky Cinema subscription; from March 2013 offering a Sky Sports television channels subscription; from October 2013 offering an entertainment television channels subscription; from June 2016 offering a children's television channels subscription. On 24 June 2016 the Now TV internet television service was launched in Italy. On 29 June 2016, Now Broadband was launched in the UK. On 26 April 2017 the Now TV internet television service was launched in Ireland. From July 2018 Now TV started offering a Hayu video on demand subscription. Now Broadband is not currently available in the Republic of Ireland or Italy with no future plans announced.

Om'Mas Keith

Om'Mas Keith (born December 20, 1976), also known simply as Om'Mas, is a Grammy Award-winning record producer, musician, composer, engineer, and songwriter from Queens, New York. He has worked with Frank Ocean, Erykah Badu, John Legend, Jay-Z, Kevin Abstract, and Vic Mensa. He is also known as a member of The Sa-Ra Creative Partners, alongside Taz Arnold and Shafiq Husayn.

Ontheroofs

Ontheroofs is an urban exploration and rooftopping photography project by Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov, from Ukraine and from Russia respectively. Their main focus of photography is the exploration of high-rise architectural structures like skyscrapers, bridges, historic sites and cathedrals. Raskalov and Makhorov have been notable for their number of free-climbs up famous buildings and monuments around the world. Typically, their videos are uploaded onto YouTube and showcase their ascent and descent. Their most popular video, of the Shanghai Tower, has over 79 million views as of May 2019. Raskalov and Makhorov appeared as recurring cast in the documentary series URBEX – Enter At Your Own Risk, which launched globally on Red Bull TV on August 1, 2016.

Red Bull Air Race World Championship

The Red Bull Air Race, established in 2003 and created by Red Bull GmbH, is an international series of air races in which competitors have to navigate a challenging obstacle course in the fastest time. Pilots fly individually against the clock and have to complete tight turns through a slalom course consisting of pylons, known as "Air Gates".

The races are held mainly over water near cities, but are also held at airfields or natural wonders. They are accompanied by a supporting program of show flights. Races are usually flown on weekends with the first day for qualification then knockout finals the day after. The events attract large crowds and are broadcast, both live and taped, in many nations.

At each venue, the top eight places earn World Championship points. The air racer with the most points at the end of the Championship becomes Red Bull Air Race World Champion.

After a three-year hiatus for safety improvements and reorganisation, the Air Race resumed in 2014.The Red Bull Air Race World Championship is broadcast live and globally on Red Bull TV.

In May 2019 Red Bull announced cancellation of the Red Bull Air Race and shortening the 2019 race calendar to four races.

Roof and tunnel hacking

Roof and tunnel hacking is the unauthorized exploration of roof and utility tunnel spaces. The term carries a strong collegiate connotation, stemming from its use at MIT, where the practice has a long history. It is a form of urban exploration. Some participants use it as a means of carrying out collegiate pranks, by hanging banners from high places or, in one notable example from MIT, placing a life-size model police car on top of a university building. Others are interested in exploring inaccessible and seldom-seen places; that such exploration is unauthorized is often part of the thrill. Roofers, in particular, may be interested in the skyline views from the highest points on a campus. On August 1, 2016, Red Bull TV launched the documentary series URBEX – Enter At Your Own Risk, that also chronicles roof and tunnel hacking.

Ryan Doyle

Ryan Doyle (born 22 September 1984) is a freerunner, martial artist, coach, and actor from Liverpool, England, and is a founding athlete of the World Freerunning and Parkour Federation.

Ryan Sheckler

Ryan Allen Sheckler (born December 30, 1989) is an American professional skateboarder and entrepreneur, and was the star of the MTV-produced reality television series Life of Ryan. Sheckler was listed in Fox Weekly's "15 Most Influential Skateboarders of All-Time" article. Sheckler starred in 4 seasons of the short-format video series Sheckler Sessions on Red Bull TV.

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UCI Mountain Bike World Cup

The UCI Mountain Bike World Cup is a multi-round mountain bike racing series that is sanctioned by the Union Cycliste Internationale. The first World Cup series – which was composed of cross-country events – was held in 1989. The Downhill World Cup was inaugurated two years later, and the Dual Slalom World Cup was launched in 1998. The dual-slalom format – which involved knock-out heats with two riders on the parallel courses in each heat – evolved into four-cross (with four riders on a single course per heat) in 2002 before being dropped after the 2011 season. Riders win points according to their placing in each event. The reigning series leaders in each class are identified by a special jersey. The UCI Mountain Bike World Cup is broadcast live and globally on Red Bull TV.

The replacement world series for 4X World Cup is the 4X Pro Tour and for XCM World Cup is UCI MTB Marathon series.

URBEX – Enter At Your Own Risk

URBEX – Enter At Your Own Risk (abbreviated URBEX) is an 8-part original series that launched globally on Red Bull TV on August 1, 2016. Urbex is a documentary series that chronicles the motivations, mindsets and adventures of today's new type of explorers, Urban Explorers, who explore areas above, around and below the world's most famous cities, climbing cranes and bridges, descending into subway networks, infiltrating monuments to industry and commerce old and new . Urbex stands for Urban Exploration. The series was filmed in locations across the world including Moscow, Melbourne, Malaysia, Mumbai, Copenhagen, Kazakhstan, Dubai, Toronto, Marseille and Bulgaria with some of the world's most famous urban explorers like Oleg Cricket and Ontheroofs' Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov. The series was promoted with digital enhancement 360-degree videos.

Vick Hope

Victoria Nwayawu Nwosu-Hope, known as Vick Hope, is a television and radio presenter. She is best known for working on the Capital FM radio station where she hosts the Capital Breakfast Show. She also presents Carnage on Sky One, Trending Live on 4Music, FYI Daily on ITV2 and became the digital reporter for The Voice UK in 2018. As well as presenting, Hope works as a print and broadcast journalist for ITN and publications including The Argentina Independent and Marie Claire. In 2017 Hope won the Broadcasting Powerhouse Award at the Marie Claire Future Shapers Awards. She is a human rights activist and Amnesty International ambassador, having worked with the organisation since she was 16.

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