Today Black Box Faith announced via Deadline that they are launching a faith-based on-demand streaming service targeting African-American viewers. The new streaming services is expected to launch in the 3rd quarter of 2019 and is partnering with ICM Partners, Ebony/JET magazines, Vimeo, Grammy-winning music mogul Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins and prominent Christian leaders, among others.
“With Black Box Faith we are delivering sermons and faith-based content to a deeply religious and dedicated African American audience that is very adept using technology to access must-watch content whenever, wherever and on any device,” said Plummer in a statement. “We want to change a generation, changing how committed, faith-based audiences receive content.”
“Black Box Faith is the right platform to deliver Christian programming to our Ebony and Jet audiences. We are proud to partner with Lemuel Plummer and Black Box Faith on this ground-breaking service to our devoted African American communities,” said Willard Jackson, Jr., Vice Chairman, Ebony Media Holdings, LLC.
Vimeo will power the new Black Box Faith streaming service as they work to reach a new audience online. Black Box Faith will offer decades of sermons from prolific pastors from around the world, as well as music videos, concerts, and specials.
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