Pittsburgh Streaming Channel Mixing Popular TV With Christian Content Launched

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Petra International, a religious service based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania announced the launch of a live streaming platform that will combine popular TV and movies with faith-focused broadcasts.

Petra International, a religious center based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, announced the launch of CouchPotatoFlix, an online live streaming channel.

More details can be found at http://www.couchpotatoflix.com

The latest announcement aims to provide users with content they can consume from home during the ongoing pandemic.

The platform will provide a mixture of TV series and movies from around the world. Users will also be able to watch a range of comedy programs and documentaries in numerous genres.

Besides English, CouchPotatoFlix is available in five other languages. These are Arabic, French, Chinese, Dutch, and Afrikaans. Users can choose to watch content in various genres, including drama, science fiction, and adventure.

Customers can start watching shows and movies after signing up for an account with the platform. On the Roku-specific channel, users can also listen to various songs from hip-hop and R&B.

CouchPotatoFlix will also broadcast Christian faith content. This includes ‘Friday with Bishop Clay’, a weekly show produced by Petra International.

Petra’s announcement is in line with the company’s aim to provide value to Christians from home. Large gathering restrictions in many countries, such as the US, have forced churches to either close entirely or reduce their service numbers.

Petra has also partnered with Roku and will soon launch WhatzPoppin Praise, another live streaming channel, on this platform.

Petra International Ministries is a worship service in Pittsburgh. Although it is based in Pennsylvania’s second-largest city, the organization provides religious content worldwide through its live streaming and social media platforms.

Commenting on the launches of CouchPotatoFlix and WhatzzPoppin Praise, Bishop Donald O. Clay said: “Even before the pandemic, we had been waiting for an opportunity like this for a while. And now, it has finally arrived. We believe that we have created a one-of-its-kind service and that it will be a hit with our members.

“At the moment, people are hungry for uplifting content. They’re tired of hearing bad news and want a sign that there is light at the end of the tunnel. With our unique line of content, which mixes popular TV series with religious broadcasts, we hope that users will feel both inspired and blessed.”

Readers interested in finding out more about the launch of CouchPotatoFlix can do so at the website mentioned above.

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