Cornerstone Network (CTVN) is now available on Roku TV and able to stream programming to viewers live and on demand.
“The world of television is ever-changing” noted CTVN President Don Black. “Cornerstone Network’s new Roku channel helps us reach viewers exactly where they are, on their own terms.”
Since the initial Roku launch, viewers from 118 countries and 2,196 cities have viewed the new channel. According to Black, more than 12,000 people added CTVN to their preferred networks in the first week alone.
“And, as always, we’re committed to providing quality Christian programming that translates well on Roku and beyond,” Black added.
Known for its faith-based teaching, music, and entertainment programs, CTVN carries more than 80 shows, including seven original programs. On the new Roku channel, more than 3,800 episodes of past programming can be found in the archives.
Cornerstone Network, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary, reaches nearly 10 million households across the U.S. (including the 1.45 million households in Pittsburgh-Altoona, PA). Aside from Roku, Cornerstone Network’s web stream is available through ctvn.org, any time day or night.
By NRB Staff
Published: December 18, 2014