a flood of free streaming
There are lots of streaming devices on the market, from smart TVs to Chromecast to Amazon Fire TV. But the household leader, at least for now, is Roku, which entertains 10 percent of households in Canada and the United States. It wins applause for the huge number of channels, ease of use, and low cost, with hardware starting at just $49. Buying and plugging in the device is just the first step, though, and lots of Roku channels demand paid subscriptions for their content. Others operate a la carte, meaning you pay only for what you watch, but here are 10 popular Roku channels that cost nothing.