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  • Writer's pictureThomas Bonifield

Trinity Broadcasting Network Jumps into the Streaming Fray

The Christian channel is launching both free and paid subscription options for its new service.

The logo for TBN+, the new streaming platform from Trinity Broadcasting Network.
The logo for TBN+, the new streaming platform from Trinity Broadcasting Network. Image: TBN.

The largest faith-based television company in the United States, Trinity Broadcasting Network or simply TBN, is joining the multitudinous ranks of streaming platforms. The new venture is called TBN+ and it will feature original series, sermons, Christian conferences, concerts, talk shows and more from the parent outfit's voluminous archive.


The service offers 10 channels, all of which will be available for free with advertisements, or via a paid version without the ads; that latter option will also provide other benefits, like the ability to download content that subscribers can then watch offline. Either way, users will be able to access shows, musical performances, or teachings from TBN regulars like pastors David Jeremiah, Greg Laurie, and Joel Osteen, as well as Bible teachers Priscilla Shirer, Joyce Meyer and more.

In a press release, TBN Vice President for Digital Platforms, Emanuel Eddyson, says the new venture "represents a quantum leap forward in the availability of faith and family content," which will be accessible on each subscriber's own "viewing schedule." The paid service costs $5.99 a month or is available at a discounted $39.00 yearly. You can check out the details and sign up via this link to the website of TBN+.

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