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Posted: January 2, 2015

New Private Roku Channels - January 2, 2015We recently added four Private Roku Channels to the RokuGuide.com listings. If you haven't seen these private channels yet, you'll find videos for a variety of subjects like math and science; an app that lets you view MRSS feeds, including TLC and Food Network; silent movies; and live local news.

Posted: December 26, 2014

The Origins of Oz - Full Episode on Smithsonian Channel We're all familiar with the classic film The Wizard of Oz, which was based on the book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, by L. Frank Baum. But did you know that the story was based on Baum's own true story?

Posted: December 26, 2014

Angels in Action - Real Reality on FirstRun TVThe Guardian Angels was founded in New York in 1979 to help local communities and police to fight crime. These unarmed volunteers, with their signature red berets, are now 5,000 strong, and currently patrol in 17 countries and 130 cities. You can watch them in action on FirstRun TV Network's ANGELS IN ACTION, a true-reality show.

Posted: December 25, 2014

How to Search for Movies & TV on RokuWith more than 2,000 channels, finding content on Roku can be difficult. To help, Roku has a search feature that is accessible from the Roku home screen. With Roku's search engine you can search on the name of a movie or TV show, or that of an actor or director. You can also search for a specific Roku channel.

Posted: December 20, 2014

Roku Channels to Help With Your Holiday EntertainingIf you're in last-minute rush to find ideas for your holiday entertaining this year, we've assembled a list of channels that will help you get your home ready for friends and family. The following channels offer ideas for decorating, baking, and Christmas entertainment.

Posted: December 20, 2014

Comcast Xfinity Customers Gain Access to HBO and Showtime on RokuComcast announced this week that their Xfinity subscribers can now access the HBO GO and Showtime Anytime channels on Roku devices. After several months of negotiations, Comcast has agreed to authenticate these apps "for subscribers whose subscriptions entitle them to access the content and services" on those apps.