YouTube services are owned by Google. The carriage agreement between Google and Roku for YouTubeTV expired earlier this year. It has been widely reported that Google made several demands for changes to the Roku system and would not renew the agreement unless Roku accepted the demands. So far the two companies have not reached an agreement. Subsequently, YouTubeTV has been dropped from the Roku channel store and is currently not available to add to Roku accounts.
Meanwhile, the regular YouTube app is not affected. Google has added access to YouTubeTV to the YouTube app, at the bottom of the left hand menu.
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