Stream content from Internet Subscription sit to TV via Roku
I'm not sure if i should post this here or in the Roku General forum, so I did both hoping for an answer.
I want to get a subscription to rangerstv.tv so I can watch streamed Rangers' games and content. My dilemma is I don't want to watch it on my computer and the computer is a desktop on a different floor from the tv. I have a ROKU and am hoping I can either:
(A) Stream the footage from rangerstv.tv to my Mac, then to the tv via my Roku. or (B) Stream the Rangers footage directly to the tv via the ROKU without the need for my Mac.
Does anyone know if either of these options is possible? The tv and Mac are at least 100' apart and the tv is not wireless, although my network is wireless in the house.
I am contemplating learning how to create a private channel just for this but not sure if that would work either. I don't want to distribute the content, I just want to conveniently watch the games on my tv.
Re: Stream content from Internet Subscription sit to TV via
"destruk" wrote: Ask the NHL?
I think he's looking for the Associated Football Club Rangers, not the NHL/MLB Rangers.
Looks like those streams are flash, unless they have alternate (iOS/HLS) versions, I don t think you are going to find an official method for rangertv.tv
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