Roku, and Apple TV. Here in Utah, it's available in nearly every corner of the state on TV as KBYU 11 (PBS) digital subchannel 11.2. BYUtv is generally a mouthpiece for the LDS church and BYU, serving up a mix of LDS religious programming and BYU sports.
As a "non-member" myself, you probably understand why I don't watch it much. But I've been watching a program produced by BYU that I find not only entertaining and educational, but really out of character for BYU.
The show is called American Ride, and it is a multi part series that follows long haired, bearded Stan Ellsworth as he straddles his custom Harley Davidson Softail Deluxe and rides through 250 years of American history that is the American Revolution. The former NFL player is the motorcycle riding host and creator of BYU-tv’s American history program, American Ride. Yeah, the show is also out of character for a former football player, too.
If you are interested in history, check this show out. I think it's worth the effort to locate the BYU TV channel on your pay TV package or on your streaming device - even if you install it on your streaming device JUST for this series, and uninstall it when you're done watching. Or you can stream it on the internet from your computer:
byuapp.jpgYou can find the BYU channel for your Apple device:
App Store - BYUtv - Apple
You can add the BYU channel in the Roku Channel Store directly from your Roku Player, or: