After 10 years of publishing episodic content through platforms including YouTube and Amazon Prime Video, Expedition Overland is reimagining their distribution strategy, finding their home on the subscription video platform special.tv, where they have launched the all-new Overlander Network.
The Crofts envision expanding the Overlander Network to include other overlanding filmmakers, adventure travelers, and storytellers. “There are many incredible people out in the world with unique and inspiring stories to share about their travels. We would be honored to be a part of that. This also opens up many additional projects we have been wanting to do, such as diverse adventures and special films that may not fit within the XOverland brand,” said co-founder Rachelle Croft.
Expedition Overland’s past seasons launched on special.tv’s platform on September 12, along with the first episode of their all-new Baja Special series. New releases will continue to premiere on special.tv exclusively, and will go live on YouTube roughly 30 days thereafter. XOverland will continue to share past and future content via their YouTube channel.
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