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noor

they still need to work on it more movies and full shows

John

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Twittv
Shoutcast/winamp
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Are among some of my fav's on the Roku.

iib

Netflix
Shoutcast
Flixter
YouTube
Onion News Network

Matt

Is there a complete list of channels on the web? The Channel store is quite confusing.

Jack

I like the hack by the Nowhere Man that allows me to watch Youtube, Flixter, which allows me to watching coming attractions, and Pub-D-Hub (sic?) which lets me watch public domain movies, commercials, and old television.

There's also a pretty decent news aggregator channel as well.

me.yahoo.com/a/F6tQ6W53sZNnvYODbXxilqLv9OERLQ--

Netflix
Mediafly
Motionbox until the service was discontinued

Gbfreeman

Anyone know when the NHL Livecast channel goes live?

ed Paul

http://forums.roku.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=34192#p218769

ed Paul

The link above shows a chain from Roku Forums that discusses there is a max number of channels for the Roku that changes because each channel has a different size.
And no one seems to know how big each channel is (meaning how much memory it takes up)

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DeborahVanHoose

I have no idea what I'd do without Roku. I love the Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, HSN, Crackle, Amazon, Bible Channel, and some speciality ones. Roku Rocks, and as I've said before I wouldn't know if I was watching HD or not, so I could care less as long as it looks like TV it works for me! :)

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