Watch Vermont PBS local broadcast live from the internet, mobile app and more
Vermont PBS viewers can now enjoy a free, local livestream on the station’s website, mobile apps, and streaming devices such as Roku
and Apple TV.
“Vermont PBS is excited to launch free local livestreaming to our Vermont community,” said Steve Ferreira, Vermont PBS CEO. “Local livestreaming allows Vermont PBS to provide our viewers with more ways to watch the programs that they love while making it accessible to the community for free. We know how important it is to meet our viewers where they are, and this is an important step in meeting that goal.”
Viewers can watch Vermont PBS’s livestream if they are within the Vermont PBS broadcast area. Livestreaming is available via computer or devices that support web browsers Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge. The livestream is also available on the PBS Video Channel on Roku devices.
The linear live stream will provide the local broadcast of the main Vermont PBS channel. The Vermont PBS Kids 24/7 channel is currently streaming, and Vermont PBS also provides the PBS Plus and Create channels via broadcast. Viewers will continue to be able to watch PBS content on-demand through the PBS app and online with additional content available to members via a Passport Membership.
Check it out at vermontpbs.org/live or pbs.org/livestream.
Vermont PBS linear live web streaming is currently available in the U.S. only.