TVPlayer offers a selection of 75+ free-to-air TV channels. Viewers can also opt to pay £5.99 per month to access TVPlayer Plus.
This premium offering has no advertising, includes a seven-day catch-up service and an additional 25+ channels that are not available on Freeview or Freesat – including Discovery Channel, TLC, Eurosport 1 and History.
“Roku users in the UK could already choose from an impressive line-up of 2,500+ streaming channels, including popular on demand and catch-up channels,” said vice-president of content acquisition at Roku, Ed Lee.
“With the addition of TVPlayer Roku users can now also watch live TV from major UK broadcasters on their Roku streaming player, combining all key entertainment sources on one device.”
TVPlayer’s chief commercial officer, Frank Bowe, said: “Our presence on the Roku platform represents another significant step forward in TVPlayer’s distribution strategy, which is to make premium live TV, on demand and digital shows available within the TVPlayer app across all OTT platforms.”
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