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First “Oath Keepers TV” Livestream Tuesday, June 18

Stewart Rhodes will be speaking at a Cowboys for Trump event in Hobbs, New Mexico. We are doing our first Oath Keepers TV livestream on our new Oath Keepers TV channel on Tuesday, June 18. The event begins at 5:30 PM Mountain Time.

UPDATE: This event is now a regular facebook livestream. There was a glitch in streaming from Oath Keepers TV.  The video will be posted here on the website once it concludes.

HOWEVER: Please check out our Oath Keepers TV. We have lots of content already, and will continue to add more.

First "Oath Keepers TV" Livestream Tuesday, June 18

If you already have any of these TV services, you should be able to do a search for Oath Keepers TV and find our channel easily. If not, there are instructions below.

 

First "Oath Keepers TV" Livestream Tuesday, June 18

 

Roku TV

Adding channels from your Roku device
1. Press the Home button on your Roku remote.
2. Scroll up or down and select Streaming Channels to open the Channel Store.

At the top of the Channel Store is a list of featured, new and popular categories to
explore. You can enter a keyword in Search Channels to find choices based on the title of a channel. Below that are a variety of genres to browse.

 Tip: When browsing lists or channel grids, press the Reverse scan button or
Forward scan button on your Roku remote to jump up or down one page at a time.

3. When you want to learn more about a channel, press the OK button on your remote to open the details. In addition to a synopsis and rating, you can preview screenshots of the channel.
4. If the channel is “free” then you can select Add Channel to install the channel on your Roku device.
5. If the channel is “paid”, then you can select Buy $X.XX in order to purchase and install the channel.
6. If you have a Roku account PIN, then you will be required to enter it. If you do not have a PIN and wish to protect against unauthorized purchases, learn how to create a PIN for your Roku account.
7. If your payment information is out-of-date, it will need to be updated in your Roku account.

 

Fire TV

Adding Channels to Fire TV

1) Navigate to the home screen of your Fire TV device.
2) Press right on your remote until you reach the Apps section.
3) Press down on your remote control to enter the Apps section, and then use
the directional pad to find an app you’re interested in.
4) With that app highlighted, press the button in the center of the directional
pad to select the app.
5) With Get selected, press the button in the center of the directional pad.
6) Wait for the download to complete to launch the app, or return to the Apps
section later to use the app at any time.

 

Android TV

Adding channels to Android TV

Voice search

1. While you are on the Home screen, press the Voice search button on your remote. If you press the Voice search button on your remote while you're in an app, you’ll search within he app.
2. Hold you’re remote in front of you, and say your question. Your search results appear as soon as you finish speaking.

Manual Channel search

3. On your Android TV, go to the Home screen.
4. Scroll down to the “Apps” row.
5. Select the Live Channels or On Demand app.
6. Press the Select button.
7. Under “TV Options,” select Channel setup Customize channel list.
8. Choose which channels you want to show up in your program guide.

 

Apple TV

How to search for apps using the Remote app for iPhone

1. Open the Remote app on iPhone.
2. Navigate to the Search section in iTunes or a third-party app on Apple TV.
3. Swipe down to access the search bar.
4. Type the title you are searching for when the on-screen keyboard appears.

Find Apple TV channels

5. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, open the Apple TV app, then tap Watch Now at the bottom of the screen. On your Apple TV or smart TV, open the Apple TV app, then select Watch Now at the top of the screen.
6. Scroll down to Try Apple TV channels or go to Search to find a specific channel.

 

Google Chromecast

Before you begin casting

1. Connect your mobile device, tablet, or computer to a Wi-Fi network.
2. The mobile device, tablet or computer you are using to cast must be on the same Wi-Fi network as your Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in. Note: To allow guests to cast without being on your Wi-Fi network, please read How to set up guest mode.
3. You must be running the latest version of the Chromecast-enabled app. You can always double check that you are on the latest version by visiting the Google Play Store or Apple App Store and checking for any app updates.

Cast from Chromecast-enabled apps to your TV

1. Make sure the mobile device, tablet or computer you are using to cast is on the same Wi- Fi network as your Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in.
2. Open a Chromecast-enabled app.
3. Tap the Cast button . Note: The Cast button isn’t located in the same place on all Chromecast-enabled apps.
4. Tap the device you’d like to cast to.
5. When you’re connected, the Cast button will turn color, letting you know you’re connected.
6. You can now cast videos, movies and TV shows directly to your TV.
7. To stop casting, tap the Cast button Disconnect.

Find new content to cast

There’s a lot of great content to enjoy from your favorite Chromecast-enabled apps and we don’t want you to miss a single great tune or podcast.

Within the Google Home app, tap the Discover tab to browse content and find new stuff that’s available on your Chromecast-enabled apps you don’t have installed yet. Here’s more on how to discover new content. You can also see a list of all Chromecast-enabled apps and available content.

For more information on developing for Chromecast, please visit our Chromecast Developer Help Center.

Please note: Casting may also be enabled from your laptop on the websites of Chromecast-enabled apps. To learn more, visit Google Cast-enabled app vs. Casting a tab. In order to cast from Chrome, please ensure you have the Cast button installed on your Chrome browser.

Google Chromecast: What’s the Difference Between Casting & Screen Mirroring? Explained w/ Examples

If your home has two or more isolated networks available, your Android device may auto-switch between networks depending on signal strength. This could affect whether or not you see the Cast button in your applications.

To avoid auto-switching, Android users can go to device WiFi settings and Forget “Network”; to ensure that the Android device is connected to the same “Network” as the Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in.

If you’re having trouble with a Chromecast-enabled app, please try our Chromecast Troubleshooting tips.

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