Roku, who was previously banned from premium subscriptions on the Roku channel, has begun to provide certain broadcasts free of charge to give users a choice of What they miss by not subscribing to its premium services.
Earlier this year, Roku launched "premium subscriptions" with more than 25 content partners across the Roku channel ̵
Much of the content is free but some are free Of which only premium subscriptions to networks such as HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, Starz and Epix are available. Roku's subscription approach provides users with an optimized way to access their favorite content. The distribution of revenue from these partner agreements (along with advertising revenue from the Roku channel) has contributed to an increase in the company's business performance.
Roku announced this week will begin to unlock some episodes that were previously available only through the company's subscription model. Non-subscribers can look forward to a free preview of shows like On Becoming a God in Central Florida (Showtime), Godfather of Harlem (Epix), America The Story of Us (Historical Vault), Heartland (Dove Channel), Miss Fisher's Murder Secrets (Acorn TV) and more – no cash required, no strings attached.
The company states that it now offers more than 80,000 shows and films as well as 35 live and linear streaming services, making subscription streaming on its platform easier than ever is. If you've tried a show you'd like to watch, you can sign up with one click to start a free trial or subscription. Regardless of the number of subscriptions you sign up for, they are all settled in a single monthly bill.