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Fed up with the yearly increases in your monthly cable bills. Ditch cable and move to video streaming services. In response to the changing viewing habits, low-cost media streamers from Roku, Google and Amazon are more popular and cheaper than ever.
Out of the 100’s of media streaming devices available on the market today, our focus remains on the Roku streaming device. The Roku player continues to be the best all-around streaming device available to the general public.
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Roku Private channels are distributed independently by the developer. As long as they are in accordance with the terms of the Roku Channel Developer Agreement, Roku does not restrict the distribution of private channels.
Unlock the full potential of the Roku with additional content from 3rd party channel developers. Our Private Roku code list of 2015 is updated regularly with all the latest free Roku channels – private and public. Many are free with no registration required.
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Streaming media player – Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV
Netflix – Hulu – Amazon for low cost HQ movies/episodes
Over-the-Air antenna for your local channels (ie. ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox)
Currently, streaming devices are considered an on-demand alternative rather than a direct cable replacement. While not the perfect solution, a streaming device isn’t a $120 a month cable bill. One solution for your LIVE broadcasts of ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CW and PBS is an OTA (over-the-air) antenna. Since June 12, 2009, all over-the-air TV broadcasts are broadcasting in digital. The reception can be better than that of cable. Check the interactive reception maps for what is available by zipcode at antennaweb.org or dtv.gov. Further resources on reception maps and antenna options can be found in our OTA post.
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