Friday, April 30, 2021

Roku Drops YouTube TV App in Carriage Dispute

Roku and other streaming-device makers have become the streaming era’s gatekeepers, and spats with streaming services and live-TV internet bundles echo the carriage disputes between cable carriers and their channels. Roku is the largest streaming-device maker in the U.S., accounting for 38% of the U.S. streaming-media player market, according to research firm Parks Associates

From the article "Roku Drops YouTube TV App in Carriage Dispute" by Patience Haggin

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