Soon you will be able to watch all of the short and long documentaries from Olive Tree Pictures on the Roku network.
“Making our films available through Roku’s online streaming will give people the opportunity to see how nonprofits are changing the world,” announced Pat Denson, the president of Olive Tree Pictures. “Imagine the impact we can have by having our own channel on Roku. Our plans are to be on the air 24/7 and to be able to launch within the next several months. Roku is the next step into the future and we are excited about being on the cutting edge of technology.”
Roku’s mission is simple, yet innovative. “Roku has always believed that anything you want to watch, listen to, and enjoy should simply be there on your TV, whenever you want it,” reports the company’s website at www.roku.com. “Roku streaming players are renowned for their simplicity, variety of entertainment choices, and exceptional value.” Currently, Roku has 750 channels and millions of viewers.
“The name of the game is spreading the word,” added Denson. “We want to be visible everywhere so nonprofits can help people anywhere.”