kc8pql wrote:stratcat96 wrote:
Because they're not real jazzed about the company using their hardware to facilitate the violation of terms of service of partners such as Hulu, and making money off it to boot.
...not to mention that officially allowing a channel who's primary purpose is the circumvention of content owners copyrights would likely end any chance of mainline sources ever making their own channels for Roku.
Just to clarify- we are a fully legal and legitimate content distributor that has agreements in place with over 100 studios. We are not a tube site nor do we profit off of illegal usage of someone else's copy written material. When we make money via subscriptions and sales, our content partners make money.