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Date: Thu, 08 Feb 2018 16:30:44 -0500
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In article<>, Bill W<> wrote:

> >> have you looked at roku or appletv ?
> >> 
> >Thanks, I looked at them. The do not have all of the channels I watch.
> But they don't actually offer channels, they are simply the means to
> get services & channels. Did you look at the services from the three I
> mentioned? Roku is used only as a means to get those services, and
> those services provide the channels. 

yep. there are shitloads of roku channels, some of which are not
mainstream channels and must be manually added. 

apple tv also has a lot of content, although not quite as much as
what's on roku.