Roku is bringing two of its newly announced streaming devices to the UK and France.
Roku has added five new streaming players and unveiled a new version of its operating system.
Streaming company Roku has said it will place $219 million worth of shares on the market when it debuts on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday.
Roku is looking to raise $100 million (€83.8 million) through an IPO, according to a regulatory filing posted Friday.
37% of streaming media devices owned by US broadband households are Roku devices, up from 30% in Q1 2016, according to Parks Associates.
Users of the popular media player Roku receive a stark warning when they install channels outside of the official store, according to TorrentFreak.
Roku is planning an IPO later this year that could value the company at over $1 billion.
Accedo has extended the world’s first TV channel for dogs, DogTV to Amazon Fire TV devices across the globe and modernized DogTV’s user experience on Roku.
TVPlayer is now available on Roku streaming players in the UK, making live TV accessible from all major broadcasters for the first time to Roku users.
Roku TV owners in the United States will also benefit from Automatic Content Recognition (ACR) technology known as More Ways to Watch.