Free streaming service STIRR gets three new channels

Free streaming services just seem to keep growing, and if you’re a STIRR user, you’ll notice a few new additions to your channel lineup. Starting this week, three new channels are available for no charge.

New to the streaming service are:

Stingray Classica: A channel that focuses on classical music performances, composers and venues. In short, it’s all things classical music, opera, ballet and jazz.

The First: A conservative-geared news source with opinion shows, analysis and more. You’ll find big-name conservative talent like Dana Loesch, Bill O’Reilly and others.

QVC: The classic shopping network specializing in discovering new items from your television. With a 24 hour a day broadcast, there’s almost always something new. If you struggle to find the perfect gift for people, QVC has curated, themed shows to help you out.

If you’re not familiar with STIRR, it’s an ad-supported streaming service that’s available for Android and iOS devices plus various streaming platforms like Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire. Over 70 channels are now available for free, including news, sports, kids, entertainment, movies and music.

Artie Beaty