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This week, USA TODAY NETWORK announced the release of season two of the successful franchise, “VRtually There.”

If you’re not familiar, the project is touted as being the industry’s first branded news experience presented in virtual reality.

Since its premier last October, “VRtually There” has continued to demonstrate USA TODAY NETWORK’s “ongoing commitment to innovative and pioneering work in VR by pushing the boundaries in immersive storytelling and technology.”

In season two, new segments will be rolled out each Tuesday at 4 PM Eastern Time. Over the course of the season, viewers will be provided with immersive, first-hand experiences, ranging from wild adventure, extreme nature and sport fantasies to iconic America and behind the scenes with VIP access.

“With over ten million views of ‘VRtually There,’ we are bringing together amazing advances in VR technology and an even higher ambition to tell the most gripping stories and bring new experiences to our audience in VR,” said David Hamlin, Executive Producer of “VRtually There.” “We are focused on five content areas that we know our audience enjoyed based on prior performance, and are even more unique and thrilling for viewers.”

Season two of “VRtually There” will run from May 9th through July 2017.

If you want to check it out, “VRtually There” is accessible on the USA TODAY app, YouTube app, Google Play store, Daydream, and YouTube.com/360.


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