Your Independent TV Streamer Guide


Quick Look: HuffPost is a live-stream broadcast covering trending news from around the world. The live feed really is live from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm ET Monday through Friday, with 12 hours of original programming. Recorded segments are aired outside of that time frame.

So what does HuffPost broadcast? In their words, "Our programming is built around segments spotlighting the biggest, hottest, most engaging stories HuffPost is covering at any given moment and using them as the jumping-off points for conversations, commentary, and comedy... HuffPost Live covers a wide variety of topics and areas of interest, focusing on the most popular sections and sites on HuffPost. HuffPost currently has over 60 sections, covering everything from current events to entertainment to tech to comedy to parenting, style, food, fitness, health, good news... and even divorce."

But don't look for a schedule of shows, as there is none. The broadcast consists of the aforementioned segments. "These segments are as long -- or as short -- as they need to be. We aren't limited by the usual time constraints of TV. Instead, HuffPost Live emulates the online experience. No one looks at their watch and thinks, "It's 10 a.m., time for some celebrity news, I think I'll log on to HuffPost!" Instead, readers come to HuffPost to catch up on what's happening in the world and wind up getting caught up in the wide array of compelling stories we offer."

For more information on what HuffPost Live is about, you can read more from their About Us page, or just add the channel to your Roku and watch for yourself.

-- Information is current as of July 12, 2017

Developer's Channel Description: Watch the latest videos in News, Politics, Entertainment and Lifestyle on HuffPost! The app serves up the best video content from HuffPost and our premium partners, with viral must-see moments and much more. If you need support or have a suggestion, please contact

Add Channel



FEES: None

HuffPost Website
HuffPost on Facebook
HuffPost on Twitter