Not at this time. TheBlaze.com and TheBlaze TV require separate registrations and passwords; they are independent of each other. If you change your email address, you'll need to update both accounts to ensure you receive all newsletters, alerts and subscription notifications.
No problem! You can reset your password here, or by clicking Forgot Password? on TheBlazeTV login page. If you can't find the password reset email, please check your spam folder.
To update your credit card, debit card or PayPal information, visit the Your Account page.
Your subscription to TheBlazeTV will begin with a free trial period. At the end of your trial period, your credit card will be charged for the subscription option you chose when you signed up. If you cancel before the end of your trial period, you will not be charged.
Your annual subscription will automatically renew each year around the same date you were initially billed. To give you a heads-up, we will email you a reminder. If you are a monthly subscriber, you will be billed around the same date every month.
Yes. If you prefer not to use a credit card to purchase your TheBlaze TV subscription, we also accept PayPal. Simply select PayPal under payment options when subscribing.
We’d be really sad to see you go, but if you need to cancel, just visit Cancel My Subscription. You will be required to log in if you haven’t already done so. Please note that if you started your subscription via the iOS app, you will need to cancel the subscription via your iTunes account.
If you cancel your subscription within 5 days of being billed, we’ll refund you the amount you were charged (unless your subscription was initiated in the iOS app and is billed by Apple/iTunes).
Please follow these steps to manage your iTunes subscription on your iOS device or computer.
You can watch TheBlaze TV on your computer, mobile phone, tablet, or on your television with an internet-connected set-top device. Supported devices include Windows/Mac computers, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android phones and tablets, as well as Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV via Airplay.
One subscription to TheBlaze TV will give you access on any of your compatible devices. You can check current pricing and introductory offers here.
One subscription to TheBlaze TV gives you total access to the network on any device, wherever you may be! You can watch live shows for the latest news and opinion, or you can dig into our on-demand library containing hundreds of hours of past shows, documentaries, live events and more.
Having trouble watching? You may need to install or update Adobe Flash Player. If you use multiple browsers you will need to install Adobe Flash Player separately, one time for Internet Explorer and one time all other internet browsers.
Yes! Simply visit TheBlaze to review the current subscription options.
TheBlaze TV offers a full slate of thought-provoking, original news and opinion shows, late night comedies, family-friendly programming, enlightening specials and original documentaries. TheBlaze TV is also the exclusive provider of Glenn Beck’s daily television broadcast.
Yes! Nearly every program on TheBlaze TV is available on-demand after it airs live so you can watch it on your own schedule. There are a few different ways to access on-demand content. The easiest is to visit the Video page. Once there, scroll down until you find the show that you want!
Lots! You can see a complete list of providers by clicking here.
The Roku player is an internet video receiver box that allows you to watch streaming internet video through your regular television. It connects directly to your TV and wireless network. You can purchase one by visiting Roku.com.
To watch TheBlaze TV on Roku, you'll need to install our channel. Go to Roku's channel store and search for "TheBlaze." Log in using the same email address and password you use for TheBlaze TV on your computer. If you have not subscribed yet, you can see subscription options here.
Most problems with streaming are due to internet connectivity. If you have limited bandwidth, try powering down other internet-connected devices and shutting down any bandwidth-intensive activity on your network. If that doesn't help, connect your Roku to the internet directly with an Ethernet cable.
Try these easy troubleshooting steps. First, remove TheBlaze TV channel, then power off your Roku. Turn the Roku back on, and then reinstall our channel.
Yes! TheBlaze app for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch supports streaming TheBlaze TV with AirPlay on a device running iOS 5.0 or higher. For earlier iOS versions, only audio will be streamed.