By Evan DeSimone
Emerging nonfiction streaming service CuriosityStream announced today that it will now be available to content consumers internationally.
Launched in March of 2015 by Discovery Channel founder John Hendricks, CuriosityStream is a curated subscription streaming service that delivers premium nonfiction content across a range of verticals, including technology, nature and history. CuriosityStream’s library includes content from leading nonfiction producers such as the BBC, NHK, ZED, Terranoa, ZDFE, Terra Mater and Flame.
Although primarily focused on long-form content, CuriosityStream is boosting its output of short-form video as a part of a bid to appeal to all platforms including mobile. The service is mobile-friendly and available to users via a downloadable app. Consumers can also find CuriosityStream on Roku, where it launched earlier this month.