According to a description in the iTunes store, the Scientology Network's service will launch with the original series "Meet A Scientologist", "Voices for Humanity", "L. Ron Hubbard: In His Own Voice", and Scientology Principles films.
But the church is often the center of controversy as well, with several former Scientology church members having attempted to discredit the organization.
The move ends months of speculation after the organisation set up its own studio with Scientology Media Productions.
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Founded in 1954 by American science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology has grown into a religious movement with outposts around the world and some very famous members.
The Church of Scientology is about to get its own television channel starting Monday.
It is also accused of much worse practices - including coerced abortions and turning people against psychiatry - and of silencing dissent with harassment and lawsuits, and has been the subject of many documentaries, investigations and exposes.
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However, it has not been made clear as to what kind of programming the network will feature. The church operates 104 outposts in the U.S. across 31 states and Puerto Rico.
The announcement came with the tagline "a new voice, a new network". Over many decades, a range of high-profile actors, musicians and others in Hollywood have at times openly plugged their adherence to Scientology, which is used in turn as a recruitment tool. As well as the streaming options there is an app where the channel can be watched live.
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