Why are NBCUniversal’s TV Everywhere channels missing from my Philips Roku Television?
Comcast (who own NBCUniversal) and Roku are in a a licensing dispute regarding the new Peacock service.
As a result, Comcast has decided to require Roku to delete these channels as early as this weekend, 9/19/20-9/20/20. Fortunately, Philips Roku TV customers can still access NBCUniversal’s channels in various ways on Philips Roku TV's. Existing Xfinity, Charter, or AT&T TV customers can stream NBCUniversal’s channels on the Xfinity Stream, Spectrum TV and AT&T TV channels available in the Roku Channel Store. You can also watch NBCUniversal’s networks through other Live TV providers such as AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV, many of which offer free trials. Comcast’s decision does not affect access to the Xfinity Stream app.
If you are disappointed with this decision or have any further issues or complaints, please reach out to Comcast.
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