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After being removed from Roku devices for almost a year, Spectrum TV is now available again.

If they hadn’t already done so in December, Charter Spectrum customers were unable to download the Spectrum TV app from Roku’s Channel Store.
When the two firms were unable to reach an agreement on the contract’s renewal, Roku removed the app from its store to prohibit fresh downloads.
Today, it appears that they have finally reached an agreement that benefits both of them, as the Spectrum TV app has returned to the Roku Channel Store.
Customers only need to login in using their Charter broadband account credentials to enjoy live and on-demand programming.
When the app was removed from the store, Spectrum stated that “despite [its] best efforts,” Roku had declined its offer to renew its contract. The business subsequently informed consumers that they could still use the app on their phones and tablets, as well as on Samsung TV, Apple TV, and Xbox One.
The companies didn’t share the details of the new partnership, but subscribers can now download the Spectrum TV app after eight months, according to a Roku spokeswoman.
“We’re thrilled to announce with you that Roku and Charter Communications have renewed our partnership to offer the Spectrum TV channel on your Roku device,” they wrote in an email to subscribers. Users may find the channels available through the app on the Spectrum website.
Bravo, CNN, CNBC, Fox, NFL, SyFy, NatGeo, and HBO Max are among the channels available, albeit access is contingent on a subscription.