If all of these UU churches (and UUA GA) are already placing their sermons and songs on YouTube, why would it be all that harder to place them on Roku under a UU channel app?
Even though I’ve spent significant time working in the world of SmartTVs and app development for them, I only just now have made the connection between digital ministry and the power of internet delivered TV shows.
Earlier this year, I had three set-top boxes — one from Google, a Roku box and an Apple TV one — attached to the back of my HD TV. The three tiny black boxes look like giant beetles feeding off the internal organs of my Samsung. The difference between Roku and Apple TV is that Apple TV is tied to a viewer’s iTunes account. It’s terrific because its much nicer to watch movies and shows from the iTunes store on a TV monitor than a tablet, iphone or laptop. Roku, unlike Apple, aggressively seeks out and encourages worldwide developers of TV-like programming.
It’s not easy to find faith-focused content in iTunes. It’s a snap in…
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