Some Thanksgiving Day Parades will be cancelled this year and others will look a little different, so DistroTV is partnering with Plymouth Rock TV to bring a 24-hour marathon of parades from the past marching right into your home. Starting Wednesday, November 25, and continuing through Thanksgiving Day, viewers can tune in to DistroTV.com to stream “A Tribute to the American Thanksgiving Experience 2020,” featuring hours of content in celebration of the 400th anniversary of pilgrims landing on Plymouth Rock.
“The Thanksgiving Parade is the highlight of the year in Plymouth and while we can’t enjoy it in person, we’ve put together something really special anchored by the theme of ‘unity’ to bring the magic of past parades and family gatherings into our homes, said Chuck Nilosek, Plymouth Rock TV. “On the 400th Anniversary of the landing at Plymouth, we invite viewers to joins us for an accurate portrayal of the origins, traditions and history of the Thanksgiving Holiday, without leaving out any aspects that might be contrary to the popular narrative that existed for so long.”
“We’re honored to bring audiences around the globe an experience that has been the highlight of New England every year,” said Navdeep Saini, CEO of DistroTV. “DistroTV has distinguished itself as the free streaming service providing a home to important programmers sharing unique stories. Plymouth TV has been a bedrock of New England local broadcast and we’re proud to expand its reach.”
DistroTV is available on the web as well as Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and iOS and Android devices.
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