- Variety, Wednesday, December 18, 2013 1:01 PM
It took three years, by Variety’s count, but Roku is finally adding YouTube content to its set-top boxes. What took the two so long to come together? “The issues in the standoff
between YouTube and Roku aren’t clear,” according to Variety. “Google may have previously viewed Roku’s channel-aggregation strategy as competitive with YouTube.” The
YouTube channel is now live on the Roku 3, and it is expected to become available on older device models, next year.
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