Gotta Have Giniko Faith?

(Above: Giniko Faith’s current Facebook cover photo of an unidentified woman)

‘Tis the season to introduce readers of The Savvy Screener to Giniko Faith, a one-stop shop for religious-based streaming services.

A whopping 90 linear channels are currently available free, including such Christian giants of the genre as CBN, Daystar and TBN; Catholic services like Salt and Light and CatholicTV; Jewish JLTV; and the Christian/Jewish hybrid Beit Mashiach.

To sample them via Giniko Faith’s interface, you’ll first need to create a free account. You can then browse through all the live content just by clicking or tapping on each channel’s logo. We did just that, and true to what Giniko is currently telling other prospective content providers, the process was easy with no buffering.

In today’s press release, Giniko Faith also said it “offers the religious programming customers want to watch at an affordable price [italics added],” and indeed, we found — by scrolling down to the bottom of Giniko’s home page — that the service is only free for a “limited time,” with monthly, quarterly and annual subscription plans set to be introduced.

You can stream Giniko Faith on the web, Android, Roku, Google TV, Android TV or Amazon Fire TV.

For more information or to sign up, visit ginikofaith.com.

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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