HOW TO WATCH

In addition to watching our live satellite stream online from our home page, below are the additional ways you can receive LLBN's programming.

via satellite
Satellite G-19

Frequency 11842
Symbol Rate 22000
Polarity Horizontal 
FEC 3/4

(Glorystar channel 105 - LLBN English)

via Roku player
IPTV

Hailed as the future of television, Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) uses Internet technology to transmit

programming directly to your television set using a small set-top box. A broadband internet connection is

required.

Satellite Store & Technical Support Find a Satellite Installer

 

Roku (pictured above)

For less than $50, this palm-sized device can deliver HD-quality images to your television. Click below to purchase online, or go to any Walmart, Target or Best Buy.

 

 

 

 

 

Roku players should work well with almost any broad-band connection. Roku recommends a minimum of 1.5Mbps for SD content and 3.0 Mbps for HD content. (FYI, the average speed in the US is about 10 Mbps or more.)

Instructions:

  1. Purchase a Roku player from www.roku.com or major stores such as Walmart, Target, or Best Buy. The cheapest player, available online, is less than $50. This is a one-time payment for the box with no monthly fees! Pick the player that is right for you--some work with older TVs, and some only work with wireless Internet. You can receive LLBN on all of them.

  2. Connect your Roku to your TV. If you purchased a Roku 1, you can use the composite AV cables provided, otherwise, you will need to purchase an HDMI cable either from Roku or any major electronics store. Plug one end of the cable into the back of your Roku player and the other end to the port on your TV.

  3. Connect your Roku to a power source. Insert the power connector into the back of the Roku player, and plug the power adapter into a power socket.

  4. Power up your remote. Insert the provided batteries into the back of your remote, insert the batteries (-) side first.

  5. Turn on your TV and power up your Roku player

  6. Connect it to the Internet by following the on screen instructions. All models connect to the Internet wirelessly, though the Roku 3 (Model4230) also has an Ethernet port for a wired connection, if you so choose. Just connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the Roku player, and the other end to an available port on your Router

  7. Activate your Roku using a credit/debit card (your card will not be charged for watching any LLBN channels). [To activate without entering credit card information, go to the Contact Support page and make your request via Live Text Chat, call 1-888-600-7658 (ROKU), or when signing up, go to https://my.roku.com/signup/nocc, enter set up info, but at the bottom of the page where it asks for a card, select the "Skip, I'll add later" option besides "Submit". Proceed by clicking “link a device” and enter the code shown on the screen from your Roku device.]

  8. In the menu, go to the Channel Store

  9. Scroll down to Religious package

  10. Click on the BrightStar TV icon

  11. Select the LLBN channels of your choice

  12. Select your desired LLBN Channel (Tip: Add it to your Favorites for easy access)

  13. Start enjoying LLBN anywhere you go!

Coverage area: United States (including Alaska, Hawaii) - Canada (excluding Northern NW Territories, NE Nunavut and extreme Northern Quebec) - Antigua and Barbuda - Aruba - Bahamas - Barbados - Belize - Cayman Islands - Colombia (Northern region) - Costa Rica - Cuba - Dominica - Dominican Republic - El Salvador - Grenada - Guadeloupe - Guatemala - Haiti - Honduras - Jamaica - Martinique - Mexico - Netherlands Antilles - Nicaragua - Panama - Puerto Rico - St. Kitts and Nevis - St. Lucia - St. Vincent and the Grenadines - Venezuela (NW coastal region) - Virgin Islands

 

If you have been told that you can't have a satellite dish, review the FCC rulings and get more information at www.fcc.gov/mb/facts/otard.html.

Purchase your Roku box here
via Verizon FiOS
Other Services
via Time Warner Cable

LLBN is available in select areas on off-air TV and on Verizon FiOS and Time Warner Cable. Contact your service provider directly if you would like them to include LLBN in their lineup.

 

Some Verizon FiOS areas carrying LLBN 24/7

Loma Linda/Redlands, CA and surrounding cities      Channel 31

 

Some cable stations carrying LLBN 24/7

Loma Linda, CA       Time-Warner, Channel 17

British Columbia, Canada   Lyttonnet Cable, channel 38


Some local stations carrying LLBN 24/7

Bend, OR                    K23CU, Channel 23.4

Fort Wayne, IN        W26DH, Channel 26.4

Spokane, WA            KHBA 4, Channel 39.4

 

Some local stations carrying LLBN part-time

Phoenix, AZ               GNTV, Channel 44.3

Walla Walla, WA       Blue Mountain TV

via mobile devices
Smart Mobile Devices

All of our players are viewable on smart mobile devices, such as Androids, iPhones and iPads.