Though the AT&T TV Channel on Roku has been unavailable to new Roku homeowners since January 1, 2020, AT&T continues to be updating it with new options. Yesterday AT&T up to date the Roku Channel for AT&T TV and AT&T TV NOW to incorporate new options like the flexibility to change channels through the use of the Dpad to channel surf.
AT&T and Roku have been in talks about bringing the AT&T TV app again to Roku, however thus far there was no success. With AT&T TV launching subsequent Monday, AT&T appears to be updating the app to be prepared for that March 2, 2020, launch. The query now’s will new AT&T TV clients have the ability to obtain the app on Roku or will AT&T not assist the biggest streaming participant at launch.
Roku accounts for about 50% of all streaming gamers within the US. AT&T appears focused on supporting the machine however, for some unknown cause, Roku and AT&T have been unable to achieve a deal.
Not too long ago it was reported that FOX and Roku’s struggle was over advert income and bringing extra content material to the Roku Channel. It’s doable that Roku and AT&T are additionally combating over utilizing Roku adverts in AT&T TV and bringing WarnerMedia–owned content material to the Roku Channel. For now, we should wait and see what occurs, however either side don’t appear to be backing down presently.
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