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Released February 18, 2018
Welcome to the roInfo Channel
Here we’ll show you how to get the most out of roTV.
Click here to continue
Use the controls below to navigate the channel
To start browsing roTV’s channel selection, click the “Live” button at the top of any page.
The Live page shows all the channels available on roTV. Simply click a channel logo to go to that channel’s page.
On the channel page, the stream will load immediately, so you can start watching as fast as possible.
When you’re ready to change channels, you can use the side arrows to channel surf and go to the next or previous channel in the list, look at one of the suggested channels under the video stream, or return to the Live page and select another channel.
A brand new feature in this version of roTV, suggested channels are an innovative new feature designed to help you find new channels to enjoy similar to the one you’re watching. They are located at the bottom of any channel page.
Suggested channels are sorted by genre, to help you find channels with similar content, and by owner, if you like a certain broadcaster’s style and are looking for other channels they own.
To use the new feature, simply find a channel you like in the options and click on it, similar to the Live page. You’ll then jump instantly to that channel.
On that channel page, you’ll be presented with a different set of channel options, and if you’d like to switch to a suggestion from that channel, simply choose and option and click it again, like previously.
There are a few channels on roTV that are unusual, but are neat additions to the service. These services are operated by roTV, so they aren’t available on any other service.
The roPlay Channel (channel 111) displays a showcase of selected content available on roTV’s on-
The Featured Channel (channel 115) gives one channel every few weeks an extra publicity boost by offering a prime space to feature their content.
And the roInfo Channel (here at channel 149) offers basic help and usability tips to help you get the most out of the roTV service.
RoPlay is roTV’s on-
Once there, you’ll be presented with a list of channels offered towards the bottom of the page, similar to the setup of the Live page.
Some of the logos shown here, however, may be different due to a broadcaster’s choice to brand their on-
Simply click on one of the logos to go to that channel’s on-
On that channel’s on-
When you’ve found a video you’d like to watch, click on the video’s thumbnail picture, above the title and other information.
The video will start automatically, and will play similarly to one of roTV’s live channels.
When the video finishes, or you’d like to watch another video, click the back button in your browser; once to return to the channel’s on-