In the lead up to and after the launch of the Hillsong Channel, it was identified that there was a "rapid growth of digital and on-demand platforms", which created an opportunity to share the gospel directly into homes and people's personal devices. It was also identified that there is a large group of people who are not necessarily watching traditional TV but who do watch TV content and as a result, the Video-on-demand service was launched in November of 2017.
At launch, all content was pulled from original programming that had been created and aired by the Hillsong Channel. Notable content includes:
- Hillsong United, Hillsong Worship and Y&F live album recordings such as Of Dirt and Grace
- Hillsong Church - Services from worldwide Hillsong congregations, including London, Sydney, New York and Los Angeles
- Best of Hillsong Conference
- Hillsong Conference Live
- What Do You See? with Robert Fergusson - Christian doco-teaching series on perspective
- Brian Houston TV
- Chapel: The College Experience - Services and stories from the Hillsong International Leadership College
The devices on this list are supported by Hillsong Channel NOW:
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