What is a Roku Box ?
The Roku is a hell of a media streamer: For around $50 you can get hundreds more channels than cable, thousands more movies than HBO and pay nothing more than the price of the box. See the video above. Its only real competitor is the Apple TV, but it costs half as much. No brainer. And when News Corp and British Sky Broadcasting pony up $45 million to help Roku win the streaming race, the possibilities start to seem limitless. ALL FOR JUST ONE TIME $50 !! Join 30 MILLION others !!!
Content Without Contracts – AND get 30a TV anytime on your TV !
What every person who ever signed up for a cable plan dreams of is the ability to just watch what he wants, when he wants, and to pay for no more or less than that (well, okay, maybe less). Roku, Apple TV, Boxee, Xbox 360; exemplary services all, but they only get you halfway there. You can watch most but not all of your favorite shows, but only after they’ve aired. Live sports? MLB.tv blocks nationally broadcast games, and NFL and NBA offerings aren’t much better. Appointment television, which still exists for most even if in diminished quantities, requires a perpetual raincheck.
To buy a Roku box visit Roku.com
or search EBAY for a slightly lower price. Look for the HD model. For Gamers, get the HD X model. Its not needed unless playing a lot of games, the HD works great.
About 30a TV
30a Television is a leading provider of original hyperlocal TV programming for NW Florida, we call it “Information, Entertainment, Beach Style”.
30a TV broadcasts on Channel 17 Mediacom and Channel 8 Fairhope Communications,
in 9 counties from Sandestin to Alligator Point, nationwide on Roku Web TV,
Ominbox Networks, mobile devices, apps and at www.30a.tv
Original television shows and rebroadcasts of great content. UPLOAD your videos – Our pick of the best put you on TV ! 30A TV rocks ! Free to join to get free stuff !! How about a day at the spa, or discounts on shopping dining and travel.
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30A TV reaches 55,000 homes and businesses on cable, 48,000 on ROKU TV and is syndicated on the worlds’ largest online TV website Filmon.com