With more than 5,000 channels in the Roku Channel Store, it can be easy to miss a new channel making it’s debut. We’re here to help. Below is a round up of 8 new channels you’ll love. Click the links below, hit the “add channel” button, and start streaming!
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- Amazon Music (available at multiple price points after a 30-day free trial) – Amazon Music unlimited subscribers can stream tens millions of songs and thousands of playlists and stations. Prime members can also stream more than two million songs and more than one hundred playlists and stations, at no additional cost to their membership on Prime Music.
- Bleacher Report Live (select free programming, prices vary per event) – Events on B/R Live include the upcoming UEFA Champions League, NCAA, World Surf League, ELEAGUE the World Arm Wrestling League, National Pro Fastpitch softball, and more.
- Wired (free) – The most trusted name in tech journalism dives deep into the latest developments in science and cybersecurity and explore everything from gadgets and gaming to technology and transportation.
- MUTV – Manchester United TV ($4.99/month or $29.99 annually) – Watch live Manchester United games, original programming, press conferences and more.
- myTuner Radio (free) – Live radio from all over the world, plus podcasts, internet radio and more.
- NASA (free) – Stream a live feed of NASA TV and the International Space Station, plus on demand programming from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
- Pop Now (select free episodes, participating cable or satellite subscription required for full access) – Stream new shows like Schitt’s Creek, Big Brother After Dark, Hollywood Darlings as well as throwbacks like ER and Without a Trace.
- MyOutdoor TV ($9.99/month after a 7-day free trial) – Choose from thousands of hunting and fishing episodes, how-to videos and wild game recipes.
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Source: Official Roku Website