Help & troubleshooting for channels on your Roku device, including adding/removing channels, logging in to, authenticating, or activating a channel, channel-specific playback issues, assistance contacting channel publishers to report issues, and adjusting channel-specific settings.
Since the Roku Channel Live TV has recently updated their Guide and moved some channels around, I decided to post an updated reference sheet of the Channel names and their numbered locations.
I have posted these reference files to an encrypted storage site (mega.nz). You can review and download the html (web), pdf (print), and Libre Office .ods (spreadsheet) files there. Feel free to edit and do whatever else you want with the files. Let me know if you run into any issues.
Re: Roku Channel Live TV Guide Listing - Reference List
Thanks for the lists, but the 16 new channels have no channel numbers associated with them, so to find them will mean scrolling. Why in the notice from Roku, about the new channels, do they not list the channel numbers with them? This kind of illogical stuff drives me nuts. Along with what I hear is the "45 seconds limit" on scrolling, which is & isn't a real thing (since it doesn't always bounce back), I have to wonder why this is all so chaotic, and they don't lay everything out in a more orderly fashion?
Roku never gives the channel numbers because these channels may move or come and go as the channel lease expires.
I did put them (the 16 new ones) in their assigned channel spots in the above list.
To find out for yourself in the future, you need to put the title of the channel in the Search feature on Roku Home Screen, or use the Voice Remote while in the Roku Channel Guide and while pressing microphone button, say "strawberry shortcake". (This will take you to the new strawberry shortcake channel where you will now see it's assigned channel number).
When I find time, I may try and provide a searchable table format. Just a little more time consuming creating and editing those kinds of tables.
Otherwise you can download the .ods file and should be able to use with Windows Excel as well as Libre Office. The spreadsheet .ods is searchable. You can also download the html file and open with a browser. Then use browser search/find feature to search the table.
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