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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Amidst Trends of Increasing Online TV Viewership CatholicTV Experiences Surge in Online Viewers

According to an April 2009 survey by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, the share of online adults who watch videos on video-sharing sites has nearly doubled since 2006. CatholicTV is experiencing a similar trend according to its website analytics which show that online viewership has become increasingly popular. Online viewership at CatholicTV.com from U.S site visitors has increased 20% in the last 6 months and as much 251% from site visitors from other countries such as Germany. In an effort to accommodate this increasing demand for online Catholic television programming, CatholicTV now offers over 700 full-length episodes of various Catholic shows in its archives with full-screen viewing available.

Below are some of the shows which are available at CatholicTV.com either in the archives or accessible via the live, streaming broadcast.

WOW: The CatholicTV Challenge- Catholic game show featuring 3rd graders answering questions about the faith.


We’ve Got to Talk- Father Dan O’Connell preaches in front of a blue screen with unusual backgrounds. He was once filmed with a superhero costume on with a blue screen of the city in the background.


The Future Depends on Love- A program on marriage and how married love and life transforms the world.


Real FaithTV- A show for teens produced by teens which explores everyday issues of morality and faith from a young person’s perspective. Produced by Diocese of Trenton, NJ

In Your Faith- explains the Catholic faith simply and offers examples from the perspective of a young person. (Salt and Light Television)


CatholicTV’s broadcast is viewable 24 hours per day by visiting www.CatholicTV.com and clicking on “Watch CatholicTV Live”.

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