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Posted: July 26, 2014

Amazon Prime Music on Roku In today's Ask RokuGuide we address Amazon's new Prime Music service.

"Dear RokGuide, I was excited when Amazon added the Prime Music service to my Amazon Prime membership. Amazon Cloud Player lets me use my Roku to listen to music I own, but I don't see Prime Music in that Roku app or in the Amazon Instant Video channel. Can I get Amazon's Prime Music using my Roku?"

Posted: July 25, 2014

New Roku Channels - July 25, 2014
Ten new channels were launched in the Roku Channel Store this week, bringing content in the categories of Internet TV, Movies & TV, Religion & Spirituality, Screensavers & Apps, and Special Interest to the Roku. Click on the links below for more details on each channel.

Posted: July 23, 2014

Grindhouse Channels on Roku Grindhouse is a genre of movies that may not appeal to the masses, but if you like gritty, borderline offensive, over the top movies, we have some Roku channel recommendations for you. For a movie to be deemed a grindhouse film it must contain a fair amount of sex, violence, or bizarre subject matter. While every movie listed may not appeal to you, a vast majority of the movies found on these channels fit the description very well. You will find over the top subject matter, gratuitous violence and nudity, and movie themes that make you scratch your head and wonder why.

Posted: July 18, 2014

New Roku Channels - July 18, 2014
Fifteen new channels were launched in the Roku Channel Store this week, bringing content in the categories of Fitness & Outdoors, Food, Games, Movies & TV, News & Weather, Special Interest, and Sports to the Roku. Click on the links below for more details on each channel.

Posted: July 18, 2014

Cable Channels on Roku The RokuGuide Q&A feature is back and we're answering questions about the popular cable networks like Lifetime, A&E, HISTORY, and WatchESPN that require a cable or satellite subscription for full access. The inability of cordcutters to access the full VOD libraries has spawned some of the most heated e-mails ever received here at RokuGuide. So here are the most-asked questions, and our answers.

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