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    GMA Goes Country During Virtual Reality Broadcast From Nashville

    Good Morning America is going country with a virtual reality broadcast from Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon on Nov. 13. MelodyVR is responsible for the virtual reality experience that will give viewers a unique look at artists like Trisha Yearwood and Trace Adkins and CMA Awards nominees Luke Combs and Maddie & Tae.

    MelodyVR’s live-stream technology will allow viewers globally to get up close to their favorite country music stars. The app is immersive, with the Jump Spots allowing viewers to choose their location within the Wildhorse. According to a release, they’ll also give them a rare glimpse at the artists behind the scenes.

    “I don’t know if you want me in your living room, but if you do, we made that happen,” says Luke Combs. “It’s so cool that people around the world can get up close to the show in Nashville with MelodyVR and Good Morning America. CMA Awards day will be so exciting for me after one hell of a year, and being able to share that moment with my fans in VR is real special.”

    To check out the morning show in 360-degree VR, all you have to do is download the MelodyVR app. It’s available in all app stores or via this link.

    “We are delighted to be working with the ABC and Good Morning America team again, after recently partnering with them to broadcast Marshmello and Kane Brown in virtual reality during the renowned Summer Concert Series to fans across 15 countries,” Anthony Matchett, CEO of MelodyVR says. “It’s great to be right at the heart of the action during the biggest day in the country music calendar and it’s a privilege to allow fans around the world to feel as though they’re right here in Nashville, as award excitement builds.”


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