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Richmond-based streaming service looks to inspire

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Posted at 1:46 PM, Apr 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-16 14:07:55-04

RICHMOND, Va. -- There's a good chance that you've found yourself watching more TV in your life than before amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

There is no shortage of options, like streaming services, including one you may not be familiar with that's owned and operated in Richmond.

"If reading about accomplishments can change a kid’s life, then what if I can put it on the big screen or in your phone or your pocket and make it compelling," said B.K. Fulton.

That’s what Fulton believes he has done as the CEO of Soulidifly Productions, a company based in Richmond that creates magazines, books, and movies.

Now, he's added a streaming service called SOULVISION.

In a promotional video, Fulton says his programming is always on, on demand, and your place to find positive human stories.

“You get a new look when you have SOULVISION,” said Fulton.

The service offers over 200 hours of content, and Fulton has made it free to the public.

"We're building this service to leave behind a legacy of quality, a legacy of love, a legacy of inspiration because we are optimistic about our country, about our world, about Richmond,” said Fulton.

SOULVISION.TV is an app that can be downloaded to your phone, computer, and smart TV's. Fulton says there are a variety of programs on it that cater to children and adults, no matter where you live.

"We think we're on every mobile phone in the world, and we need to have programming that addresses a broad audience. But the cool thing is there's a lot of stories to tell in Richmond, especially about food," said Fulton.

Fulton says he wants the network to inspire self-growth, exploration, and excellence with its viewers. Which is why he plans to expand its library.

"We'll keep adding because there's so much out there. And there's so much good in the world. And I think people are ready for some of those good stories. They’re ready for those uplifting stories,” Fulton added.

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