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Roku is Celebrating Their 10th Anniversary With FREE Premium Content & Device Deals

Today Roku announced it has unlocked free content for Roku customers and is offering discounts on select streaming players. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the first Roku player, the first ever device to stream Netflix to the TV.

“For 10 years, Roku has facilitated the massive shift in the way people watch TV and we’re extremely proud of the contribution we’re making to streaming entertainment,” said, Matthew Anderson, chief marketing officer, Roku. “We can think of no better way to thank our base of nearly 21 million avid streamers than to offer free hit entertainment in partnership with some of the biggest and best TV networks like SHOWTIME, FOX, EPIX, Smithsonian Earth and more.”

 Here is what you can get for free:

For the first time, content from select channel partners including SHOWTIME, FOX, EPIX, Smithsonian Earth and more, is available for free in The Roku Channel. This includes content from SHOWTIME such as Billions, Ray Donovan and The Affair; the addictive first season of EPIX’s dark comedy, Get Shorty; episodes of pop-cultural hits from FOX such as The Four: Battle for Stardom, with expert panelistsjudges Sean “Diddy” Combs, DJ Khaled and Meghan Trainor, and host Fergie; Beat Shazam, hosted by Jamie Foxx; and Love Connection, hosted by Andy Cohen; as well as exclusive nature and wildlife documentaries from Smithsonian Earth, are among the selection of content that customers can watch in The Roku Channel for free through May 20

Device Deals

Consumers can enjoy special savings on several Roku streaming players in the U.S. For a limited time, customers can get $20 off the Roku Streaming Stick+, $10 off of the Roku Ultra, as well as $10 off the Roku Streaming Stick

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