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article imageJehovah's Witnesses add online television to their website

By Kevin Jess     Oct 6, 2014 in World
Warwick - After a recent global campaign advertising their new revamped website, Jehovah's Witnesses have added online television as part of their day to day ministry.
JW.org is the most translated website in the world with access to people in over 500 languages, and publications available for download in approximately 700 languages, reports The Standard.
Since August, 2014, Jehovah's Witnesses worldwide have been advertising their new website by delivering a tract titled "Where can we find answers to life's big questions?" door to door.
On October 6, the organization launched JW Broadcasting, a site devoted to quality programming, featuring family friendly movies, documentaries, videos, and audio programs that bring Bible events and teachings to life. The service is free, with no commercials and no sign-up required.
You can watch online on a desktop computer, tablet, or smartphone as well as on your TV using a Roku digital media player. Instructions for using the service are simple and streamlined.
The site includes streaming channels, as well as video on demand to browse their library of movies, documentaries, and videos. There is also an audio section that allows visitors to listen to a variety of audio programs, including music, drama productions, and dramatic Bible readings.
According to their press release over one million unique visitors go to jw.org each day.
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