Uplift for Shutdown

Furloughed federal employees spending more time with their families can now get two free months of family-friendly subscription streamer Dove Channel.

The same deal also applies to “anyone impacted by the shutdown,” which casts a pretty wide swath indeed.

If you qualify and would like to enjoy “uplifting” movies like Letters to God, TV series like Heartland, and classics like The Little Rascals, go to dovechannel.com/offers/dovesupports and use code “DoveSupports” or “shutdown.” You’ll need to provide credit card info, but Dove Channel promises the plan won’t auto-renew after your two months are up.

The free subscription also won’t end if, as we hope, the current government shutdown doesn’t last another two months.

Welcome to Dove Channel

Welcome to Dove Channel. Today is the official launch for the new streaming service, offering safe, Dove-approved family entertainment with a propritary rating system to allow parents to filter content according the Dove Foundation criteria. #dovefoundation #familyentertainment #doveapproved #streamingvideos

Posted by Dove Channel on Tuesday, September 15, 2015


Dove Channel normally costs $4.99 a month, following a one-month free trial; $11.99 for three months; or $39.99 annually. The service also offers lots of free content to anyone, including season one of Highway to Heaven.

To guide parent’s viewing choices for their families, each movie or TV show on Dove Channel features a rating from the Dove Foundation that’s based on the amount of sexuality, language, violence, drugs, nudity and other factors.

For more info, including device list, visit dovechannel.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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