Olive Tree is launching a channel on the Roku device. Olive Tree’s channel will host documentaries, short films, series (coming soon), and behind the scenes award winning and original content. Content will be free for November and December 2013.
Starting in January 2014 documentaries and series content will be available for $0.99-$2.99, with 1/3 of the rental fee going directly to a nonprofit associated with the documentary or series content. Some content on the channel will continue to be free for viewing, including most of the short film content.
Roku is a set top device (similar to Apple TV) that provides channels for major media players (such as HBO, Disney, Hulu, Amazon) and smaller players like Olive Tree Pictures! 5 million Roku devices have been sold in North America since 2008 and viewers downloaded over 1 billion hours of programming on Roku devices in 2012! So the market is big and is growing.
Visit our website on November 1st to find out how watch Olive Tree Pictures on Roku!