Streaming hardware maker Roku will launch its slate of acquired Quibi shows and other original programs on May 20,
Google has integrated its pay streaming television service YouTube TV directly within the native YouTube app on Roku devices.
Content disputes with several developers have not dampened customer interest in the streaming television platform Roku, apparently.
Roku has removed the premium television app YouTube TV from its app store days after warning of an impending carriage dispute.
Google says it continues to negotiate in good faith with streaming hardware maker Roku over the future of its YouTube TV app on that platform.
Roku is warning users of its streaming television hardware that they may have to go without access to YouTube TV soon.
The move covers more than 70 Quibi shows that were acquired by Roku earlier this year.
The Roku Express 4K will be the cheapest way to stream ultra-HD content and will land at Walmart for $35.
Roku has released an updated line of its streaming TV devices along with a refreshed version of its popular operating system.
Streaming TV device maker Roku is suing Universal Electronics for allegedly violating two of its programming patents.