I am sharing this post as part of a collaboration with Bloggin’ Mamas and Dove Channel. I received an annual Dove Channel subscription and a Roku in exchange for my participation. All opinions expressed are my own.
I don’t know about you, but I find there is a lot of garbage on TV these days. My kids are older now, so I don’t have to worry as much as I used to, but I am shocked at the language and sexuality that is on prime time these days. If you feel the same, you’ve got to check out the DOVE Channel.
Family viewing just got a whole lot safer with the recent debut of Dove Channel, the new direct-to-consumer over-the-top (OTT) digital streaming subscription service.
A partnership between leading independent content distribution company Cinedigm Corp and The Dove Foundation™, Dove Channel is a subscription service available on mobile devices and smart TVs offering a vast library of handpicked family-friendly, faith-based and kids’ programming, with the assurance of safety and quality control at the viewer’s fingertips.
A subscription-based offering at $4.99 per month, the programming can be viewed across a broad spectrum of connected devices including Roku® Players and Roku TV™ models, Android and Mac iOS, Samsung Smart TV, the web, and mobile and tablet devices. Additionally, the channel can be viewed on multiple devices within each family.
Dove Channel carries out the purpose and investment that has been made for many years by The Dove Foundation™ to show credibility and trust for families nationwide. An obvious curator of faith and family content, The Dove Foundation™ is a nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging the entertainment industry to create, produce and distribute more movies and television shows that are appropriate for family viewing.
Each month, hundreds of thousands of visitors rely on The Dove Foundation™ for up-to-date reviews of movies, TV shows, DVDs and books. Hand-in-hand with this philosophy, the foundation is also committed to helping the public easily identify family-friendly entertainment, encouraging them to show their support for this approved content. An OTT offering is the logical extension of this philosophy.
You know what I really love? I love that it was so easy to get my DOVE Channel up and running! People think because I’m a blogger that I’m tech savvy. Between you and me, I’m not.
In fact, when I was asked if I would like to participate in this campaign, the fear of not being able to figure the streaming part out almost stopped me from checking it out! Let me assure you, it is SO easy. I followed the directions and was set up within minutes. Now my family can watch family friendly content, and I don’t have to worry about inappropriate shows.
For more information on Dove Channel, please visit www.dovechannel.com.
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