Today sports fans have access to even more ESPN programming on Roku devices! The launch of ESPN+, a new subscription streaming service from The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer and International Group and ESPN, marks an exciting moment for the OTT sports experience, giving customers more sports content from their favorite pastimes than ever.
With today’s busy schedules, cloud DVRs on Roku devices are a lifesaver for TV lovers. A lot of TV viewers don’t have time to watch live TV as it airs, but there’s no reason to let that prevent you from watching all the best new shows. Cloud DVRs function like traditional DVRs, but they store your recorded content online without the need for a physical DVR, so recording shows has never been easier. Even better, many cloud DVRs also allow you to record multiple shows at once, even if you’re watching one in real time.
If you’re a keen watcher of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), then a new device from Shenzhen SEI Robotics Co., Ltd. labelled a ‘4K ATV Stick’ will probably have piqued your interest, with the external photos showing off an HDMI dongle, with Google Logo running the latest version of Android TV and with a Google Assistant enabled voice remote.
Starting today, the TV & Video experience on PlayStation 4 is getting a complete refresh in the U.S. The new design puts content front and center, making it easier for you to discover and watch the best movies and TV shows available across your favorite streaming services, such as Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, and YouTube, in addition to PlayStation Video and PlayStation Vue.
The new Tablo DUAL LITE OTA DVR packs all of the things cord cutters love about Tablo – whole-home networked connectivity via Ethernet or WiFi, an easy-to-use interface, one-touch recordings, and more – but at a price ($139.99 US) that won’t lighten your wallet.
Roku voice search makes it easy to find the entertainment you want without having to type a thing. With the tap of a button on a Roku Enhanced Remote or in the free Roku mobile app for iOS® and Android®, you can ask for your favorite movies, TV shows, actors, actresses or channels. For example, say “I want to watch Benji on Netflix” for a fun movie night for the whole family.