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Meredith and Net2TV Partner on ‘Better Home and Gardens’ Streaming TV

net2tvHome and gardening lovers: make some room on your second screen devices.

Meredith, the media conglomerate highlighting women, has partnered with Net2TV to launch a new streaming TV show spun off from the Better Homes and Gardens brand. The half-hour show, hosted by NBC First Look’s Jackie Tranchida, will offer content around cooking, decorating, home improvement, entertaining and gardening. It debuts August 27 with a Labor Day-themed episode.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Net2TV to bring our award-winning content to a new audience and in a new format,” Gayle Butler, Editor-in-Chief, Better Homes and Gardens said in a news release. “Better Homes and Gardens helps its audience live more colorful and creative lives, and our highly visual content translates beautifully into compelling television.”

“Better Homes and Gardens” will air bi-monthly on Net2TV’s Portico TV service, which is distributed across more than 30 million screens via smart TVs (Samsung, LG, Sharp and Phillips), Roku-connected TV’s, and on Toshiba tablets.

“Better Homes and Gardens is dedicated to engaging our audience across platforms — print, desktop, mobile, tablet — and now through on-demand television,” said Laura Rowley, Meredith’s Vice President, Video Productions and Product.

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