Get Your Porn On A Stick!

Hey Everybody,

This past April, Roku released the Roku Stick: a convenient little stick that plugs discreetly right into the HDMI port on your TV and offers the most movies, TV shows, sports, news, music, and free channels (like our awesome VideoBox porn channel) of any streaming player.

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We gave it a try and loved it, so starting this week we’re offering it for FREE with an 18-month subscription.

If your TV has an HDMI port, the stick is the one you want. There is no longer a need for line-of-sight communication between the remote and the device, so the Stick can be hidden away on your wall-mounted TV or otherwise tucked away out of sight. If you want to see more info on the stick, go here: http://www.roku.com/products/streaming-stick. And, if you want to compare the stick to the other Roku models, go here: http://www.roku.com/products/compare. Note that the stick only works with HDTVs.

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As I mentioned, we are going to start offering the stick as the default option for our 18-month free-Roku plan this week. Within the next 2 weeks or so, we will add a drop-down menu so you can choose between the stick or a Roku 1, which we suggest you choose only in the event that your TV is not an HD model.

Cheers,
Bob and the VB Team

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2 Responses to “Get Your Porn On A Stick!”

  1. tecc Says:

    Love watching videos on the roku but your app is getting worse by the minute. First you take away the quick videos. Then the recommended videos when selected crash, that has been somewhat fixed. Now the latest videos show up from two months ago and premium channels show up one month ago.

  2. Bob Says:

    @tecc: I’m sorry to hear that you are having a negative experience. Let me address each of your statements:
    - Which quick videos are you saying we took away?
    - Agreed, I believe the issue with Recommended has been fixed now
    - Yes, we did a new release yesterday with some bug fixes and then discovered that it was pointing to the wrong database. This has since been fixed; go to “settings” on your Roku and select “software update.” You will get an update to the Roku channel and the latest content will be back. This should also happen automatically but the timing of that can vary, so manually updating is your best bet.

    Is there anything else I can help you with?