Live Stream Q&A
What is GFNTV?
GFNTV is the Global Fuxion Network TV, an independent web based application that provides live stream content, video on demand, and original content.
How much is the live stream?
$9.99 non-recurring fee, charged per live stream.
Do I pay $9.99 for each live stream event?
Yes – each live stream event is $9.99. We typically do one live stream concert per month
How long is the concert?
We don’t have an exact length of show time from the artist, but we anticipate a minimum of a two hour performance.
If I use my iPad to access your site, I can cast to my TV?
If I use my Samsung tablet to access your site, I can cast to my TV?
How to Cast your screen from your Android device
Connect your Android device to the same Wi-Fi network as your Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in.
Open the Google Home app Chromecast cast icon.
In the top left corner of the app’s Home screen, tap Menu and then Cast Screen / audio and then Cast Screen / audio.
Select your Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in.
I am assuming I can cast to my TV with this stream?
Yes, if you have Amazon Firestick it will be available, or a smart tv to where you can use Google Chromecast through your android, or Airplay through your iOS device.
Use Display Mirroring on Fire TV
You can use your Fire TV to wirelessly display your compatible phone or tablet screen on your TV screen.
You can mirror your display on most phones or tablets that support Miracast. Some of these devices include:
Android devices running Android OS 4.2 (Jelly Bean) or higher (performance may vary).
Fire HD/HDX tablets
Important: Before you begin, make sure your Fire TV and compatible mobile device are turned on and within 30 feet of each other. If your mobile device isn’t registered to the same Amazon account as your Fire TV, also make sure both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
To quickly start display mirroring, press and hold the Home button on your Fire TV remote, and select the Mirroring option. Then connect your compatible mobile device. Press any button on your remote to stop display mirroring.
Here also are detailed connection steps, depending on your Miracast-enabled device:
Fire HD/HDX tablets
Swipe down from the top of the screen, and then tap Settings.
Tap Display or Display & Sounds, and then tap Display Mirroring.
Select your Fire TV. It may take up to 20 seconds for your Fire tablet screen to appear on your TV screen.
To stop mirroring your Fire tablet screen, tap Stop Mirroring.
Open Quick Actions.
Under Display select Share your screen via Miracast.
Select your Fire TV device. It may take up to 20 seconds for your Fire phone screen to appear on your TV screen.
Tap Stop Mirroring to stop mirroring your phone screen.
Android devices (running Android OS 4.2 or higher)
Select Settings > Display & Sounds > Enable Display Mirroring from the Fire TV menu.
On your Android device, connect to your Fire TV.
Note: If you need more information about connecting your Android device, the device manufacturer will be in the best position to help.
Press any button on your Fire TV remote to stop mirroring your Android device screen.
The live stream is through wifi and not cable, correct,?
Yes, you need an internet connection, and it would be through your wi-fi, not a cable subscription.
So once you've paid the live stream fee, you can watch any live stream from then on?
Each live stream is an independent show, at $9.99 it’s a per program fee, non-recurring
Will you have access to rewatch a program that paid for after it has gone live?
Each live stream’s rebroadcast is contracted independently with each artist, and if a rebroadcast is allowed GFNTV will announce and post prior to the live stream.
Does GFN have a mobile app?
Yes GFNTV has a mobile app. The app is available for iOS, Android, and Amazon Firestick