Do channels include all the local channels? I was considering a TV antenna, but they may be just as expensive as the ROKU.
asked by AG on July 16, 2012
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A few PBS programs are listed but no local program and nothing live.
Gerard A. Akindes answered on August 13, 2012
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No..there are no local channels.
sassy answered on December 23, 2012
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If you are using a TV (as opposed to a monitor with no tuner) you may not need much of an antenna for local stations. How far are you from the broadcast towers?

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Jim answered on July 20, 2013
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More network affiliates across the U.S. are creating their own on-demand Roku channels, not live. CNN International has a live Roku channel. USTV Now provides East Coast network affiliates and cable networks live for a monthly fee intended for military Roku users overseas, and a free trial will last 30 days.
James Houston answered on July 16, 2014
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What if you installed a video capture card on a computer on your network and run a DLNA application to turn that computer into a server to stream the video capture card data, then use this Roku device to receive the streaming content on your network? Granted, the TV would have to be a Smart TV or use this device to pickup the streaming video. Would this work for local TV channels?
David Lopez answered on February 20, 2013
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