users who may be used to important third-party services that disappear for a while (or take forever to arrive) won’t lose access to them any time soon. and Roku signed a multi-year deal to keep the apps on the platform.
“Roku and Amazon have reached a multi-year extension of their distribution agreement,” said Roku † “Customers can access the Prime Video and IMDb TV apps on their Roku devices.” It did not disclose the terms of the deal.
Amazon negotiations appear to have gone more smoothly than talks with other streaming services. It took months for Roku to reach a deal with WarnerMedia to . As for YouTube TV, that’s gone from Roku. The company and Google in public as they work on a new deal. By securing all those agreements, users can access more of the streaming services they may want to use under one umbrella.
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