The Trinity Broadcasting Network, otherwise known as TBN has been a basic cable mainstay that focuses on Christian-based programming from talk shows and news to live and recorded messages from thought leaders in the evangelical Christian community. And because of its prominence within Christian communities, it has become a destination for many. So the idea of dropping cable and losing access to such a channel may, in some cases be enough to keep some hanging on to traditional cable and pay-TV services despite their openness to moving on to less expensive options. But there is good news. No not that good news, but news about streaming that can help make the jump away from cable easier. TBN has a free app.
The Free TBN app is a standalone app that you can add to multiple platforms. And the app is accessible totally for free. This is not an app that will tell you to verify that yo have cable or even pay a small fee. What it does require is a free account that is nothing more than an email address and password that you create at the TBN website. The website has a help page here to get new users started.
The service provides multiple ways to dive in from live feeds in multiple languages to a large library of specials, scripture series, and featured speakers.
Where can you Stream TBN?
Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Android TV, iOS and Android Mobile devices and via its website.
See our video review of TBN below.