Quibi is said to be in advanced talks to sell its content back catalogue to Roku.
The short form video streaming service, the brainchild of former Disney chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg, closed in October after just six months of operations.
The story was originally reported in the Wall Street Journal.
Roku, known for its best-selling streaming device, is currently pushing its Roku Channel. A deal with Quibi would provide it with content exclusive to its three-year old platform. Quibi’s content, developed with mobile phones in mind, features episodes typically less than 10 minutes duration.
Content includes Survive, featuring Sophie Turner and Corey Hawkins as two people trying to stay alive in the wilderness after a plane crash and Night Gowns with Sasha Velour, a former winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Roku Channel has distribution on the Comcast-owned Sky, as well as in the United States, where a deal was enabled by the arrival of Comcast’s streaming service Peacock.