You know how Netflix will add new content each month, and make way by removing some content?
You know how Amazon Prime Video will add new content to the Prime catalog each month and make room by removing some content?
Well, guess what. Roku Channel does the same thing.
Sometimes, it's because the rights to it expired. Sometimes it's simply to maintain a certain size catalog. There could be a lot of reasons, but content rotating on and off is common for all services.
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Note: I am not a Roku employee.
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