Friday, December 18, 2015

UK Roku Official Channels - Sci & Tech Genre





Hi, everyone !!



As promised in the previous post, here is the sixteenth in my series of general overviews (i.e. listings) for the various genres within the "Official" UK Roku Channel Store following changes to the available selection of channel store categories made during late May / early June of 2015. This time it's the fifty channels which make up the "Sci & Tech" genre that come under the spotlight:-



001. CNET
002. TWiT
003. CuriosityStream
004. Tesla Media Network
005. Retro Tech Time Machine
006. Jupiter Broadcasting on Roku
007. TechSmart
008. ITProTV
009. Zoomin.TV Science and Tech
010. Diamond Club TV
011. AmateurLogic.TV
012. TMRO
013. Category5 TV Network
014. Guys From Queens - GFQ Network
015. App Updates [by Fawesome.TV]
016. A Plus Physics
017. Youth Robotics TV
018. The Tech Buzz Network
019. Tech-Zen.TV
020. Alixa.TV
021. Air Mozilla
022. Dr. Bill Bailey.NET NETcasts
023. Renderosity
024. Space
025. Institute of Health Sciences
026. Adam Curry's Big App Show
027. DNews
028. James Woodcock's Podcast
029. Space TV
030. Hackers
031. Security Now
032. Household Hacker
033. ColdFusionTV
034. 5 THINGS
035. The King of Random [formerly Grant Thompson]
036. TechCrunch
037. Engadget
038. Cheddar
039. WhizKidScience
040. Ubuntu Podcast
041. DRONE
042. StarTalk All-Access
043. Engineer Guy
044. HostArmor
045. Haivision - Video at Work
046. Javascript Crash Course
047. The Web Dev Show
048. Bad Voltage
049. Bitwit

050. GetConnected Tech Show




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PLEASE NOTE:- This information was last updated on Sunday 2nd April 2017 with all channel details accurate as of Saturday 1st April 2017. In future, when viewing this list... you should ignore the original date of the post and, instead, refer to this section for precise details on when the "Sci & Tech" category listing was compiled.


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As with the previous fifteen genres, outlined earlier, further details as to the specifics for each of these channels will follow at a later date. Again, you can expect similar overviews for the remaining genres to be added over the series of posts immediately following this one.


Next up will be an itemised listing of the "Screensavers" genre, featuring 158 Channels !!


So, be sure to visit this blog again soon for even more information on the Roku streaming media player, here in the UK.




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