@katmarie8 There are no "porn" ads on Roku. Never has been and never will be. If you have such proof please take a picture of your Roku home screen. Upload it here. There are also no "ads" on the Home Screen. They are movie or show posters to watch on your Roku. An ad is something you see on a webpage or in your Facebook feed. I suggest you read the FCC rules. Note that personal beliefs are a violation of FCC rules.
@junkhouse Personal beliefs are not related to FCC violations. There has never been any nudity or drug use "ads" on the Roku Home Screen. They are also not ads. They are movie and show posters so channel companies can promote there shows. Companies like Amazon, Hulu, Discovery+ and others pay Roku to promote there channels and shows. Like I had one for the new Bond movie on Prime Video. I have seen children's shows also but all my kids are in college. No biggie. Just cause Discovery is promoting there show "The book of Queer" is not a violation of the FCC rules. So if your neighbor hangs a pride flag up and you do not like it cause of your personal beliefs there is nothing you can do about it. No laws are being broken. People also seem to forget that June is National Pride Month. Heck my Paramount+ channel has a pride flag on it. Big deal.
Hanging a gay flag next door is NOT the same as HANGING one in my Living Room. Will they POST the 10 Commandants as well? Will the gay community have a right to abject to that? My opinion and BELIEF are just that, "MINE"! LETS LEAVE OUR OPINIONS in our OWN homes and NOT Shove them in each others faces Who's With Me On this? Let's Collectively Pool our Money People and BUY ADS From ROKU and SEE how this shoe fits on their foot?
LET'S see if EQUAL TIME is something ROKU is WILLING to do. Or will we be censored like on Twatter, Farce Book and ALL the other mass media outlets?
LET'S DO THIS PEOPLE! It's my Living Room TV NOT the Well it sure IS MY OPINION!
"EQUAL TIME" for what? Hatred?
If you're worried about "child endangerment" from a picture of a rainbow, you might be doing parenting wrong.
You’re 100% correct. I’ve been a roku user for around 10 years and this just started to be a problem a little over 1 year ago. The entire purpose of my owning a roku device is to control what content is allowed in my home, since I have children. The discovery+ ads for garbage called love island (or similar), a similar new ad for the peacock network, nearly all hbo ads, etc. are absolutely not appropriate for children. The fact that Roku has refused to make these ads - yes they are “ads” - optional is inexcusable. It undermines their entire business model, but I guess they are banking on us having become so numb and depraved that we won’t do anything about it. I will be closing my account and urging others not to buy their products. Drop in the bucket in terms or their bottom line, but I’ll do my part.