Top 5 Most Popular Educational Streaming Services

Below you will find a list of the most popular streaming services and channels that focus on “Educational” content. You can find out how much each service costs per month or per year (there are also several that are free!), as well as what devices you can stream them on. So check them out below and get to streaming.

Kanopy

Kanopy offers access to films and documentaries from public libraries and universities

Cost:?Free with a library card or university login. Watch it on:?iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku; Mac and PC browsers

Criterion Channel

Criterion Channels offers access to Criterion’s streaming library, as well as major Hollywood films, art-house movies, international movies, and independent films

Cost:?$10.99/month or $99.99/year
Watch it on:?iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Android TV; Apple TV; Roku; Mac and PC browsers
Notes:?Subscribers can download films for offline viewing. Criterion Channel is?offering 20 to 30 percent off its collection through the end of April.

BroadwayHD

BroadwayHD brings Broadway musicals and plays right into your living room

Cost: $8.99/month or $99.99/year
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Apple TV; Roku; Mac and PC browsers
Notes: BroadwayHD is available through Amazon Channels.

CuriosityStream

CuriosityStream?offers access to documentaries series and features

Cost: $2.99/month or $11.99/year (4K plans for $9.99/month or $41.99/year)
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Android TV; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku; Kindle; Xbox One; LG, Samsung, Sony, and Vizio smart TVs; Tivo; Mac and PC browsers
Notes: CuriosityStream is available through Amazon Channels, The Roku Channel, Apple TV Channels, Xfinity, Sling TV, Layer3 TV, and is complimentary on Altice or Optimum by Altice. Subscribers can download programming for offline viewing.

Fandor

Fandor offers independent, documentary, foreign, and classic movies from around the world

Cost:?$5.99/month or $49.99/year
Watch it on:?iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Kindle; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku
Notes:?Fandor is available through Amazon Channels and The Roku Channel.