Mobile, AL (May 10, 2018) — Place another feather in the 20-year cap for Today’s Homeowner Media as it joins Amazon’s Prime Video family.
The home improvement media company is pleased to announce that Seasons 15-18 of their top-rated national home improvement television show, “Today’s Homeowner with Danny Lipford,” are now online and available for streaming. In addition, the brand’s newer video series aimed at millennial home enthusiasts, “Checking In With Chelsea,” also joins the Prime Video ranks.
Currently in its 20th broadcast season, “Today’s Homeowner” TV reaches a live audience of 1.7 million weekly viewers and broadcasts in 207 of the 210 available Nielsen markets. The brand’s “Checking In With Chelsea” video series is in its fourth year of production, and has received more than 3 million views to date.
Making the move to Amazon is an opportunity for Today’s Homeowner Media to expand its viewer base and content. “Today’s Homeowner” and “Checking In With Chelsea” episodes are free to Amazon’s 90+ million Prime subscribers in the U.S., and available for purchase by other Prime Video users.
“We are excited to offer this new view-on-demand opportunity for Amazon video users,” comments host and show namesake, Danny Lipford. “Home improvement spending is expected to increase 7.5% in 2018, so we know consumers are out there looking for quality, practical information they can trust. Chelsea and I look forward to connecting with new home enthusiasts on the Amazon platform, and helping to inspire their next projects.”
The move also positions Today’s Homeowner Media to cater to the growing binge watching culture. According to a 2017 Deloitte study, 73% of US consumers say they binge-watch content (three or more episodes in one session.) At 20 minutes each, the 88 available “Today’s Homeowner” episodes constitute nearly 30 hours of DIY programming, a dream-come-true for home enthusiasts who enjoy the binge indulgence.
Binge watchers can also treat themselves to 24 episodes, averaging 9 minutes each, of “Checking In With Chelsea,” which offers tutorials on Pinterest-inspired projects and small repairs and upgrades for the home.
Additional episodes for both programs are set to join Amazon’s Prime Video offerings during the third quarter of 2018 with new seasons being added at the end of each broadcast year. Prime Video users can find “Today’s Homeowner” and “Checking In With Chelsea” in the Educational genre, and also by searching for the show titles.
About Today’s Homeowner Media
Today’s Homeowner is a trusted home improvement authority delivering fresh, original, practical advice to consumers across diverse media platforms including the top-rated, nationally syndicated “Today’s Homeowner” television show, now in its 20th season and its radio counterpart, the nationally syndicated “Today’s Homeowner” radio show.
Additionally, the media brand hosts the top home enthusiast destination website, TodaysHomeowner.com, drawing more than 2 million monthly visitors, robust social media channels and the award-winning lifestyle blog and web series, “Checking In With Chelsea.” 3 Echoes Productions, the professional production arm of the brand, serves an impressive national clientele with expert video services.
Host and founder of the brand, Danny Lipford, is among the most sought-after home improvement experts in the country. The seasoned remodeling contractor and media personality served as the home improvement expert for CBS’s “The Early Show” and The Weather Channel for over a decade and has made more than 190 national television appearances on “FOX&Friends,” “Inside Edition,” “Morning Express with Robin Meade,” FOX Business Channel, “Rachael Ray” and more.
He travels the country making appearances as a brand ambassador and spokesperson, and contributes expertise to hundreds of popular magazines and online media outlets each year.
Fantastic! Past episodes are on Amazon.
Will earlier seasons go online too?
Do you have a list of television stations that are carrying your current show? We are in mid Michigan and can no longer find your program.
We have only limited internet so watching online is not a good option for us. We miss you and hope we can find you on network television.
Thanks for your interest! We recommend using the station locator for finding a nearby affiliate that airs “Today’s Homeowner.”
Here’s the link: https://todayshomeowner.com/find-a-station/
We do see two stations within 100 miles of Elwell — good luck! 🙂