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OwnerMike McClain
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FishFlix.com is a direct to consumer Christian movie platform founded in 2004. The business, which is operated in Tennessee, was founded by Lukas Media LLC and is now owned by Generos Media Group LLC[1]. FishFlix showcases faith-focused and family-friendly movies on DVD and Blu-ray. The site features children's movies, drama, Catholic movies, Christian comedy, educational movies and Christian family entertainment.[2][3][4][5] FishFlix also has an audio podcast to review and inform listeners about different Christian movies.[6]

FishFlix is one of the internet's largest Christian movie retailers. More than 2000 different Christian and family-friendly movie titles are showcased. The original owner of Fishflix.com was a Turkish medical doctor, who had been involved in the distribution of a documentary called Apostle Paul and The Earliest Churches (2004). Now owned by Generos Media Group LLC, this website which started off with humble beginnings is now one of the largest Christian DVD and Blu-ray suppliers in the world.

Generos Media Group LLC is a family-owned DVD distributor supplying consumers with the greatest Christian and family-friendly movies in the world. Grown out of a desire to venture into e-commerce, founder Mike McClain is thrilled to finally bring together his faith and family values with his business acumen in one business venture. Generos Media Group LLC has established itself in the Christian retail space by acquiring FishFlix.com, a major online retailer of Christian Films.

Generos Media Group LLC is the parent company of FishFlix.com.


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  2. "Tulsa physician with roots in Turkey sells Christian movies". Tulsaworld.com. Retrieved 18 December 2015.
  3. "The Christian film, new trend in the US?". Franceusamedia.com. Retrieved 18 December 2015.
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  6. "FishFlix.com Releases Christian Movie Podcast". Retrieved 6 January 2016.

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