Free2View TV Roku Channel For Frugal Streamers

Free2View TV Roku Channel For Frugal Streamers

Watch Legal Public Streams from The Internet With Free2View on Roku


The Free2View Roku Channel was made to provide content from the Internet that are not readily found on Roku. It features live Internet streams from various online sources.

Canadian and UK Roku owners will especially like this Roku Channel because their public channel store does not contain a lot of the same content that's available inside the USA.

This channel is not yet in the public channel store. So for now it is only available as a private channel.

To add the Free2View Roku channel use the private Code: 6DRC595 or click this link:

You can also Click here for more help, with adding private channels.

Before you can add the channel, you will receive a pop-up warning notifying you that you are about to add a private channel.

This is something Roku implemented when adding private Roku Channels. This was because of shady channel developers who sold copyright programming to subscribers using the Roku platform. Roku has gone after them by aggressively shutting down their private channels and disabling their developer accounts.

But there are tons of useful private channels on Roku, and these can be added to any device by a special code or with an "add channel" link.

Private Channel Pop-Up Warning:

When adding private channels, users are greeted with the following pop-up which describes Roku terms:

"THIS IS A NON-CERTIFIED CHANNEL. Roku requires all channels to abide by Roku’s terms and conditions, and to distribute only legal content. Roku does not test or review non-certified channels. You acknowledge you are accessing a non-certified channel that may include content that is offensive or inappropriate for some audiences. Moreover, if Roku determines that this channel violates copyright, contains illegal content, or otherwise violates Roku’s terms and conditions, then ROKU MAY REMOVE THIS CHANNEL WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE, AND YOUR ACCOUNT MAY BE BLOCKED FROM ADDING ANY OTHER NON-CERTIFIED CHANNELS."

To Proceed: Click OK, and then Yes add channel. The new private Free2View Roku channel like any other added private channel can be found at the bottom of the channels list on your Roku.

First need to check for updates after new private channels are added. To do this, on your Roku go to the menu under Settings/System/ and then Check for updates.

A Note From the Free2View Developer

"To the best of my knowledge, the live streams contained in the 'Free2View Select' channel for Roku are legal public live streams and violation of any copyright is not intended. Live channels will be removed promptly if they are determined to violate copyright laws or at the request of the content / channel owner. (the parent author of the 'Free2View TV Select' for Roku channel) assumes no responsibility for any consequences of installing this channel by the user."

Content Available on Free2View

Note: Content May Change At Any Time
  • Buzzr
  • Comet
  • Charge
  • The Asylum Movie Channel
  • DUST
  • The Film Detective
  • 247 Retro Internet TV
  • Retro TV
  • Dabl
  • The Design Network
  • NBC News Now
  • ABC News Live
  • CBS News
  • The Weather Channel
  • Olympic Channel USA

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