FreeCast, UCapture, and SelectTVEach SelectTV subscription sold through partnership will contribute to carbon offset projects.
FreeCast, the maker of SelectTV, has announced a new partnership with UCapture to sell the online media guide service via the rewards shopping platform. A portion of the subscription revenues for each sale via this platform will fund UCapture’s environmental projects, which include reforestation efforts, methane and landfill gas capture, and renewable energy production. In addition to CO2 offsets resulting from these sales, users who sign up for SelectTV via UCapture will be able to do so at a reduced rate of $24 per year, a 33% from the regular $2.99 monthly price.
FreeCast CEO William Mobley expressed his excitement to work with UCapture and contribute to CO2 reduction. “This is a wonderful opportunity all around. Our mission has always been to help our users make smarter media decisions, saving them money.  Through UCapture, we can be a part of a smart environmental decision too. These projects we’ll be funding are so important to a sustainable future for our planet, and we’re proud to be able to play a part in that.”

Avery Michaelson, Founder and CEO of UCapture also praised the partnership with FreeCast. “Products like SelectTV are such a great fit for us. Here we have a product that makes use of existing devices and services, which conserves energy and keeps costs low for the consumer. With the carbon offsets we’ll be able to provide with these revenues, we’re able to make SelectTV both an economic and an environmental no-brianer.”
SelectTV sales via UCapture have already begun. Users can sign up for a year of SelectTV service, offsetting 1500 pounds of CO2 in the process, by visiting UCapture’s website.
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