New Roku Mormon Channel gives TV access to Church media

by | Jul. 20, 2011

Official Church Info

Technological developments to instantaneously distribute media for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints include Mormon Channel radio, recent redesigns of LDS.org and Mormon.org, and a strong presence on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. Another innovation is the recent launch of the Church’s own Roku channel.

he Mormon Channel on Roku gives anyone with high-speed Internet access and a Roku box the ability to stream Latter-day Saint content — including the upcoming 2011 Pioneer Day Commemoration Concert 23 July at 7 p.m. — straight to a television. A Roku player is a 1-by-5-inch box that enables instant play of various entertainment channels to stream movies, shows, news, radio and other entertainment through televisions.

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