Prepare for ‘Trump TV,’ which looks to be on the horizon. According to a story published by the Daily Mail in the United Kingdom on Friday, the Trump Media and Technology Group is hiring for a video streaming network that will compete with Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+.
According to the article, “the corporation claimed it was seeking a content buyer and a development manager to generate programming for its TMTG+ service” in job advertisements posted on Wednesday. “After getting booted from Facebook and YouTube in the aftermath of the January 6 violence last year, Trump is attempting to develop an alternative media ecosystem.”
Former President Donald Trump’s media firm has started hiring for its video streaming channel, which aims to be a MAGA competitor to mainstream providers like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+. The Trump Media and Technology Group advertised on Wednesday that it was looking for a content buyer and a development manager to help generate programming for its TMTG+ service.
After getting booted from Facebook and YouTube in the aftermath of the January 6 violence last year, Trump is attempting to develop an alternative media ecosystem. However, his Twitter competitor, Truth Social, has struggled to gain traction since its introduction, with downloads plummeting.
It is still not accessible on Android-powered phones. According to the advertisement, TMTG+ will provide a diverse choice of programs, some original and others purchased, similar to other platforms. ‘Trump Media & Technology Group’s streaming video on demand service will be a “Big Tent” platform,’ it states, delivering “broad-based entertainment founded on free speech.”
‘In addition to our social media platform Truth Social, our SVOD platform TMTG+ will include a diverse range of non-scripted, scripted, and original material.’ The content development manager will be in charge of script creation, casting, and pilot production. Since getting ejected from Twitter and Facebook and departing the White House last year, former President Donald Trump has been developing an alternative social media ecosystem.
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Android-powered phones are still unable to access them. TMTG+, like other platforms, will provide a varied selection of programs, some original and others purchased, according to the commercial. ‘Trump Media & Technology Group’s streaming video-on-demand service will be a “Big Tent” platform,’ according to the press release, offering “broad-based entertainment centered on free expression.”
Our SVOD platform TMTG+ will provide a varied selection of non-scripted, narrative, and original content in addition to our social media platform Truth Social.’ Scriptwriting, casting, and pilot production will be the responsibility of the content development manager. Former President Donald Trump has been constructing an alternative social media ecosystem since being kicked from Twitter and Facebook and leaving the White House last year.
He is a former NBC producer who worked on the game show “Deal or No Deal.” More information on the company’s efforts to market itself as a conservative-friendly service may be found on its website. The business claims that ‘TMTG+ is an on-demand streaming service that will bring news, big-tent entertainment, fascinating documentaries, sports programming, and more.’ ‘The American people is looking for “non-woke” entertainment, and TMTG+ will deliver that.’
Since its introduction earlier this year, Trump’s Truth Social app has faltered. Two of the company’s senior executives resigned last month, the number of downloads has dropped since its introduction, and it is still not accessible on Android phones. It’s one of Trump’s many business ventures since leaving the White House.
Since its release last year, a coffee table book has grossed over $20 million. And, as part of his American Freedom Tour, the former president is set to make his debut as a motivational speaker. Premium seats and a photo with Donald Trump Jr. cost up to $5000 per ticket.
For admirers who wish to meet down with the former president personally, even more, exclusive packages – without a stated price tag – are available. Meanwhile, Trump holds rallies in support of his preferred midterm candidates, where his coffee table book is promoted. At the end of the month, he will hold a rally in Wyoming to support Harriet Hageman, a congressional candidate.
His next event will be at the end of the month in Wyoming, where he will try to assist the campaign of Harriet Hageman, a congressional candidate who is running against Rep. Liz Cheney, one of Trump’s most outspoken Republican detractors. His Truth Social app, on the other hand, has failed to compete with more established platforms like Twitter and the conservative favorite GETTR.
This month, Trump will hold a rally in Wyoming in favor of Harriet Hageman, who is running for the Republican House nomination against Trump’s critic Liz Cheney. Josh Adams and Billy Boozer resigned their posts as chiefs of technology and product development less than a year after joining, it was revealed last month.
Their resignation, according to Reuters, come after a rocky launch of the company’s iPhone app on February 20. Many users are still on a waiting list, unable to use the portal weeks later. Former Republican congressman Devin Nunes, the CEO of Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG), stated publicly that the business hoped to have the app fully operating in the United States by the end of March.
According to industry observers, the app has been downloaded 1.2 million times in total, putting it significantly behind other conservative-targeted applications like Parler (11.3 million) and GETTR (6.8 million).
Because of its dependency on iPhone users and the lack of an Android app, it may be at a disadvantage. Android phones account for around 40% of the market in the United States, but they are significantly more popular among Trump supporters. The Trump campaign discovered that over two-thirds of his supporters were using Android phones at the time of the previous election, partly due to mistrust of Apple and partly due to the high cost of iPhones.