List of free Roku channels 2013

NoWhereTV Roku Channel


Free Roku channels are always nice, but the channel I am about to tell you about is even better. NoWhereTV is a free channel which contains hundreds of other free channels. How does it do this? Well, there are all sorts of live streams online and NowhereTV simply finds them and lets you watch them from your Roku media player.

When you first start using NowhereTV, you will need to spend a bit of time looking through everything that there is to watch. No matter what you are looking for, there should be something that catches your interest.

NowhereTV is created by a pretty well known developer who guys by the alias the Nowhere Man. The channel is currently available as a Roku private channel only. This means that you will not be able to add it through the Roku channel store. To add a Roku private channel, you need to use the Roku website and log in to your account. You can then use a unique code that installs the channel or click on the link which will take you to the add channel confirmation page.

After you have added the channel through the Roku website, it will get installed on your Roku device the next time that it checks for updates. You can speed this process up by going into the Roku channel store and then closing it to force an update.

The list of streams contained within NowhereTV is way too long to list in this post, but you can checkout the full list on the official channel website.

Nowhere TV streams list

There are hundreds of other great private channels which will be mentioned here in the future. But if you just can’t wait, you can check out the Roku Private Channels website for more information and a list of all available private channels.


2 Comments

  1. John's Gravatar John
    June 5, 2013    

    After Netflix this is my favorite channel for Roku

  2. August 6, 2013    

    If I can’t see a guide list why would people buy this product…

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