14 videos from the Now worship center featuring Sermons and teaching sessions. This looks like it was put together with a 1980’s era VHS video camcorder.
Benny Hinn Ministries
Collection of 15videos from small group discussion sessions and interview segments concerning Hinns world view. Benny Hinn is a well-known figure in some Christian circles who has been featured on syndicated TV for decades. The Roku channel is an extension of his TV based ministry.
The Carter Report TV
The Channel features 3 sections The Living Word (Discussion sessions on Carters viewpoints, Ask John Carter A Question (Short sessions where John Carter answers a question from a viewer while butchering tricky words for biblical scholars like “Israeli” He preaches about the bible right?) as well as the Carter Report In Action (footage from a huge event Carter held in Papua New Guinea.) Add Channel
The channel Requires users to link a Google Plus Account. The channel requires users to share photos with the user. It is not nearly as easy to use as the facebook app which pulls videos and pictures directly from a one’s facebook wall. I don’t see this one taking off. Too much work.
Two commercials precede each video so that means that there is almost as much time dedicated to commercials as there is her actual sessions. I honestly consider these too brief to be particularly helpful, especially her exercise videos which are just over a minute long. Feels like an ad grab to me compared to some of the many channels that offer full workouts from yoga to Aerobics.
This is a constant audio stream of the Bible in multiple languages. It is almost like a radio station that just features someone reading the Bible with music in the background. This almost gets it. Where it really lacks is that one can not chose what to listen to, book, verse etc. But I must applaud its multicultural approach.
Los Angeles Times
Short segments broken down by category. Featured subjects are Sports, Entertainment, Documenteries and Lifestyle. Most videos tend to last between 2-5 minutes. This sort of dampens the impact of the “documentaries” session.
Cosmo, the magazine written by women who think they know how men think for women don’t know how to aks their man what he likes about them or openly discuss bedroom issues with their partner now have a new forum to learn about workouts and, beauty and fashion.Membership costs 33 cents a day or about 16 dollars a month. Cosmo says members will get a new workout every day.
Key to the Kingdom
Pastor Bret McCasland presents hald hour videos shot in front of a Blue screen where he reads and discusses various books of the Bible. McCasland provides commentary an perspective on the ancient stories to help people watching better understand what is being read.
Kudos for the Name. We just love plays on words here at The Streaming Advisor. The channel provides educational information about fishing including methods, tips and just great footage of the fishermen and their guests. Most sessions last about 20 minutes. The channel is broken in to 5 categories Conservation Corner, Gaff Life, Get Schooled, PTSS, and the Women’s PPTS.
Features a small group of older movies some featuring major names from days gone by like Cary Grant and Mikey Rooney the most influential movie of all time, that’s right “The Sadist” staring Arch Hall. In general the channel is a mix of actual golden-age nuggets and fare that would be best viewed in the not so distant future with a group of robot friends. The Sadist was big right?
WCFT TV – 68
WCF stand’s for We’re Christian Family Television. The channel is a 24 hour stream of programming discussion the Bible. The channel has a public access feel and look. Video and audio is a little shaky at times.
New Children Channel
No not a kids channel. I know doesn’t sound like it is from the title? This is a totally random group of Christian themed programming presented with little context or logic. Some videos are incredibly choppy like they were produced by filming a TV playing a videos recorded from a non cable TV in the 80s. You must see The Country Christmas….. or not.
Jesus Kids TV
There is an introduction from the captain of The Titanic, well make that a man who plays the captain of The Titanic. The channel has a large collections of videos featuring puppets, music cartoons and presentations on bible principles. Feels a little thrown together with videos from multiple sources and eras.
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