How to: Watch CNET TV on your Roku box Video
How to: Watch CNET TV on your Roku box Video Transcript
-You can now watch CNET TV on your Roku Box and we here at CNET TV are very excited about that, so we're gonna show you how. I'm Natali Morris and this is your How To for setting up CNET TV and other great shows on your Roku Box. The Roku is an internet-connected box that brings online services to your television. It was specifically designed with Netflix streaming movies in mind but now it also plays Hulu, Amazon Video On Demand, and more. You can customize the programing on your Roku home screen by adding shows and channels from the Roku Store. Once your Roku Box is connected to your home internet connection, go to the Roku channel store, search for CNET TV, select CNET TV, and then select go to channel. You will see that our shows are all selectable, so you can choose which ones to watch for example my show, Loaded, hint, hint. You can also watch a playlist that we select for you. This content will refresh itself as soon as we are making it and we make a lot of video here, so there is always more for you to watch. We hope you enjoyed this and take advantage of it if you are a Roku owner. For CNET TV, I'm Natali Morris. Thank you for watching.
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