Quick Look: Rome Reports is "an independent international TV News Agency based in Rome covering the activity of the Pope, the life of the Vatican and current social, cultural and religious debates." The Roku channel brings you all of this content and more, which can be found in the following categories:
- Analysis: Keys
- Weekly Program: The World Seen from the Vatican
- Lent 2019
- Vatican's Summit on "Protection of Minors" 2019
- Saints and Blesseds
- Pope Francis Daily Mass
- Art and Culture
- Pope Francis Trips
- Vocations Stories
- Pope's Weekly Catechesis
- Persecuted Christians
- Pope's Activities
- WYD Lisbon 2022
- WYD Panama 2019
- What to See in Rome
- Other News
Unfortunately, there are no unlocked videos, but the channel does offer a 30-day free trial - just be sure to cancel before the 30 days expires or you will be charged $7.99 for the first month.
There is also a Rome Reports YouTube channel which provides a limited amount of content in comparison to this channel. A video from their YouTube channel is available below
-- Information is current as of April 5, 2019
Roku Channel Store Description: With the click of a button, relive the best moments of key pontificates like Pope Francis, Pope Benedict XVI and Pope John Paul II. Thanks to "Rome Reports Premium," you will be able to see our agency's exclusive content: documentaries, special reports, historical content, art, music and much more.
The new Premium platform allows you to watch 'The World Seen from the Vatican,' a world-leading news program about the Pope and the Vatican, posted exclusively for you every week. Every day you will get the latest news straight from Rome, now in HD and without advertising.
Every month, you will also receive a new documentary and the keys to understanding what is happening in the Vatican and in the Church. Through this small contribution, you also support the journalistic work of Rome Reports.
CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Religious
DEVELOPER: Rome Reports
FEES: $7.99/month or $79.99/year subscription with a 30-day free trial