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GEB continues to expand its availability to viewers across the country. The Faith-and-Family Network is now on Amazon Fire TV. Viewers just need to search for GEB to watch live 24/7.

"We want viewers to find great faith and family programming on every platform possible," said GEB's Chief Executive Officer Ossie Mills. "Amazon Fire TV joins a long list of options for viewers to find GEB's inspirational programming."

Amazon viewers can watch ministry leaders such as Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, Jentezen Franklin, David Jeremiah and Sid Roth, to name just a few mainstays of the GEB lineup. The programming is well-rounded, educational and culturally relevant showcasing the best inspirational voices in the world along with special events from the campus of Oral Roberts University, including ORU Chapel and World Impact with ORU President Dr. Billy Wilson.

GEB is already offered on Apple TV, ROKU, cable systems including COX HD in NE Oklahoma, as well as select broadcast stations including KGEB 53 Tulsa, KUGB 28.1 Houston, TX, WACX 55.3 Orlando, Florida, and KAXT 1.2 in San Jose, California, plus nationally on DirecTV Channel 363. You can also watch anytime online at gebamerica.com and the GEB App on Android or Apple IOS.

GEB is focused on helping the 34 million Baby Boomers of faith to live well, Spirit, mind and body. Built on the network's vision founded by Chancellor Oral Roberts, GEB provides Spirit-Empowered Edu-tainment in a family-safe environment.

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