Zone·tv launches “Health at Home” for Rogers Ignite TV Customers

Available only in Canada, Rogers Ignite TV customers have exclusive access to online videos across fitness, nutrition and well-being to keep the mind and body healthy

TORONTO, CA – September 3, 2020 – zone·tv is introducing “Ignite Health at Home,” a new and highly curated interactive app for families to discover resources for healthy eating, fitness, mindfulness and spirituality. Available exclusively to Rogers Ignite TV™ customers, Rogers is the first Canadian TV service provider to integrate this lifestyle app onto its premium TV service.

Health at Home is the second to launch in a series of new applications that have been designed to encourage and support a healthy lifestyle as families spend more time working and learning at home. With content from well known brands such as Bon Appétit, The New Yorker, Redbook and Popular Science, Health at Home categories include fitness and body, food and nutrition, spirit and wellness, “feel good” movies and casual games, designed to build up cognitive resilience while enabling viewers’ minds an opportunity to escape.

Zone·tv’s At Home applications are free and give Rogers customers access to professionally curated content consisting of more than 1,000 online video titles and casual games designed to inform, educate and entertain families while helping to strengthen the mind and body.

“Building on this new category of interactive experiences for Rogers Ignite TV customers, we are thrilled to be introducing Health at Home” said Jeff Weber, CEO of zone·tv, “As we continue to support work from home and learn from home lifestyles, it’s critical that families can discover and engage in activities that promote healthy living.”

“As Canadians spend more time at home, we want to give our Ignite TV customers a one-stop shop to discover free curated content that not only entertains and educates but provides tips for healthy living,” said Eric Bruno, SVP – 5G, Content and Connected Home products. “We are excited to grow our partnership with zone-tv with the launch of the Ignite Health at Home app and offer our customers content that they can not get anywhere else.”

At Home applications are fully programmed and managed by zone·tv and will be available on Ignite TV through the Apps Menu, or by saying “Health at Home” into the Ignite TV voice remote.

At Home applications are powered by zone·tv’s Studio (cloud-based video curation and programming platform), in combination with zone·tv’s Interactive Event Channel Framework which delivers engaging content-specific interactivity and casual gaming.


About zone·tv

Zone·tv bridges the gap between technology and engaging programming with its innovative technology solution offering a best-in-class, convenient and highly personalized viewer experience.  The zone·tv™ Studio suite of tools allows any video service provider to create personalized thematic channels with their own content. Zone·tv uses its own zone·tv Studio tools to create the zone·ify multi-channel video service – an unprecedented linear-like viewing experience, powered by A.I. Its proprietary software architecture combined with an 8,000+ hour content library has powered the company’s monumental growth. Zone·tv has become the largest provider of thematic subscription video on demand services in North America with more than 18 SVOD channels. Zone·tv’s Interactive Event Channels include seasonal experiences such as Holiday Countdown, Halloween Countdown and the newly released At Home experiences which are always available.  Its Interactive Event Channel Framework has powered event channels for premium networks and brands such as HBO, Game of Thrones and Sesame Street.

Its diverse programming can be seen on, Comcast Xfinity X1, DIRECTV, Rogers Ignite TV, Cox Contour 2 TV, DISH Sling, CenturyLink Prism TV, AT&T U-verse, TELUS Optik TV, Bell Fibe TV, Frontier Vantage and FiOS, Armstrong Cable and others. The company has offices in Toronto, Canada. 

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