Fundação Nazaré de Comunicação

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FNC (Fundação Nazaré de Comunicação or Nazareth Foundation Communications) is a Catholic TV channel that belongs to the Archdiocese of Belem in Brazil. The station was launched to promote Christianity through journalistic, cultural, community and educational programming. FNC TV broadcasts to the Amazon via satellite but is available as free TV streaming on the internet.

FNC is an Internet-based broadcast Television Network providing viewers with a FREE Over-The-Air broadcast television experience on their TV and web-connected TV devices.

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Note: FNC Stream is not hosted by our site, it is provided by the tv station itself. So please wait to connect to FNC broadcast. FNC Channel can be offline sometimes.

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