What is WhatTV?

(Above: WhatTV’s ‘Beauty by God.” Source: YouTube video)

Billed as “the biggest Christian TV Network,” free streamer WhatTV has set its launch for Easter Sunday, April 21. The “what” in WhatTV stands for “World Healing and Transformation.”

WhatTV’s content will cover a wide range of non-fiction genres,including:

Cooking

What’s Cooking

Behind the scenes footage of our What’s Cookin’ show, with host Pascale. Make sure you subscribe to our WhatTV channel on YouTube before out launch in April 2019.

Posted by What on Saturday, January 26, 2019

Fashion

Beauty by God, with designer Aleona Isakova and her “team of protégées. Their jaw-dropping designs and stories will have you spellbound.”

Gaming

What Gaming, in which “Zac and friends…play the biggest games in the world and have tons of fun, but stream the message of Jesus.”

History

His Story, with Dr. Paul Jehle probing “what led to the great awakenings of New England, and the need for reformation in America today.”

Production Machine Turning Out Programs!!!! Paul Jehle – His-Story!!!#his-story #_whattv #tricaster #newtek #blackmagic #addidas

Posted by What on Monday, March 18, 2019

Kids

Simeon Says, with host Simeon Beil “presenting thrilling stories and fun activities.”

BTS – “Simeon Says” – we are not always perfect 😂😂

Posted by What on Monday, January 28, 2019

News/Public Affairs

Family Matters, in which attorney Andrew Beckwith and co-host Sharon McGinley “share news and stories on public policy issues for the strengthening of Judaeo-Christian family values.”

And, of course:

Religion

The Big Deal.Dr. James Sideras, president of What TV and Pastor Todd Cravens “walk you through what the Bible says on big issues like abortion, gender, inequality and human suffering.”

Other shows on WhatTV’s drawing board include the musical Sound Booth, Healing Revealed and Supernatural Revealed.

WhatTV, which plans region-specific services to cover the entire globe, will also launch Latin American and Arabic channels out of its Boston facilities on April 21, as well as a South Asian service out of England. Additional services are planned in Russian, Persian, Hellenic and Turkish for 2020. The goal: “to win one billion people to Christ.”

Specifics on how to Watch What TV were not given, but keep an eye on WhatTV.org, YouTube and Facebook, as well as iOS and Android apps.

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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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