TV streaming service Roku has hit the 100 channel mark, more than double the number of channels available on the service when it launched in January.
Roku's showing no signs of stopping, announcing that more channels are expected "over the coming months" – in the US it's adding one new channel a day, and it wants to do the same on this side of the pond.
Channels available on the Roku LT (priced £50) and the Roku XS (priced £100) include Netflix, Crackle and the BBC iPlayer, alongside more niche offerings like Classical TV and Ultimate Fighting Championship. Hey, there might be someone out there who enjoys both.
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