ROKU Channel Development
The Roku Streaming Player, or simply Roku
(/ˈroʊkuː/ roh-koo),[1] is a series of digital media
player set-top boxes manufactured by Roku, Inc.
Roku partners provide over-the-top content in the
form of channels. The name comes from the
Japanese word roku(六) meaning "six" and was
named so because it was the sixth company that
Anthony Wood (CEO 2002-) started.[2][3] A Roku
streaming device gets data (the video stream) via a
wired or Wi-Fi connection to an Internet router. The
data is output via an audio cable, video cable, or
HDMI cable. The device can be connected to any
television set (or other video display device) with
appropriate input connections..

With 1 out of every Smart TV currently available with
the ROKU streaming app, and well over 20 million
ROKU stream boxes sold, it's safe to say that the
"cut the cable cord" revolution has taken off. Our
class teaches you the simple way to develop your
own ROKU channel and the simplest way to maintain
and update it

No experience is necessary.

Workshop total hours =

Cost per hour = $35
Thursday June 1st               6PM-8PM
Friday       June 2
nd             6PM-8PM
Saturday Ju
ne 3rd               11:30AM - 1:30PM

Thursday June 29th            6PM-8PM
Friday       June 30th           6PM-8PM
Saturday July 1st                11:30AM - 1:30PM

Thursday July 27th              6PM-8PM
Friday       July 28th             6PM-8PM
Saturday July 29th              11:30AM - 1:30PM

Thursday Aug. 24th             6PM-8PM
Friday         Aug. 25th          6PM-8PM
Saturday Aug. 26th             11:30AM - 1:30PM

Thursday Sept. 21st             6PM-8PM
Friday       Sept. 22nd           6PM-8PM
Saturday Sept. 23rd             11:30AM - 1:30PM

Additional workshops to be added.
Please check back for more dates.
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