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Hulu’s live TV streaming service lands on more devices

by Justin Herrick | September 19, 2017September 19, 2017 5:00 pm EST

Hulu with Live TV is now streaming on a number of Roku-made devices. Both Hulu and Roku made the announcement today, touting the live television streaming service’s growing reach throughout the country.

Here are the models supported:

  • Roku Streaming Stick (3600)
  • Roku Express+
  • Roku Express
  • Roku Premiere+
  • Roku Premiere
  • Roku Ultra
  • Roku 4
  • Roku 3
  • Roku TV (all models)

Roku’s set-top boxes, streaming sticks, and televisions join a solid group of devices already with access. Hulu with Live TV can be streamed on iOS and Android devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV devices, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. That’s about the same number of devices other live television streaming services are on. It just takes a bit to gain support as the hardware manufacturers have to create new apps.

Hulu says it’ll bring the live television streaming service to more devices soon.

If you’re interested, you can subscribe to Hulu with Live TV today for $39/mo. A single account includes over 50 national and local channels, a cloud-based DVR that can hold 50 hours of content, six profiles, two simultaneous streams, and the traditional Hulu subscription for on-demand video streaming.

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