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Travis Robertson

Can I dump my cable TV provider and still get the channels and shows I want?

I am looking into purchasing a roku xs device, but I'm not sure if I can stream the Disney channel, Nickelodeon, A&E, and the History channel? Can you explain to me exactly how I can accomplish this while still being able to cut off my cable provider?

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Manage My Life
Unfortunately, I am not aware of any set up that would allow you to have complete access to cable channels without having cable service. For further assistance with a Roku device please contact Roku, link below.
by Manage My Life
April 3rd, 2012
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Travis Robertson
Roku is open source, is there any developer channels maybe? I
by Travis Robertson
April 2nd, 2012
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Lindsay Selders
I have a Roku and love it. The Disney channel does stream some content, but not as much as their daily programming. You can get a look at all the channels available on Roku at the link below.
by Lindsay Selders Earned 25 community points in Televisions
March 30th, 2012
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Manage My Life
From all the information I have been able to find does not show that channels you would like to view are available on the Roku. There are some paid services that can be used with the Roku that has pervious seasons of shows, but not current content.
by Manage My Life
March 30th, 2012
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Travis Robertson
The website you gave me does not provide the information I am seeking. I have searched that website and watched several youtube video's.
by Travis Robertson
March 29th, 2012
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Manage My Life
I know how it can be quite difficult when it comes to deciding on choosing the proper way of getting your favorite channels with no television provider. I have taken the time to research and have take to research and have came across a link that you may find helpful,which I have provided the link below . Hope this helps!
by Manage My Life
March 29th, 2012
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