What is ROKU? Do I really need it to watch ITV Cinema?

Roku is a streaming player which allows you to select, buy and watch movies on your TV set instantly.
With a simple click on your Roku remote control, you get access to hundreds of thousands of movies and over 750 channels, including ITV Cinema. Just select what you want to watch… and watch it! It’s that easy.
Roku is only necessary if you want to enjoy ITV Cinema on your TV; you do not need a Roku player to watch our channel on your computer or mobile device.

What else can I watch on Roku?

Roku allows you to watch a wide variety of programs, movies, documentaries, children cartoons, as well as national and international channels such as CNN, NBC, Fox News Channel, Euronews, RT, Wall Street Journal, Al Jazeera, BBC, France24, Hulu Plus, HBO Go, Netflix, the Smithsonian Channel and many more.

How much does watching ITV Cinema on Roku cost?

Watching ITV Cinema on Roku costs just $7.99/month. A Roku player costs between $49.99 to $99.99 depends the models.

Are there any additional costs aside from the monthly subscription to ITV Cinema?

No. Once you purchase a Roku player you will just pay $7.99/month.

What is the minimum Internet speed I need to use my Roku player?

In general, the faster your Internet connection, the better the video quality. For best viewing results, we recommend an Internet speed of at least 500kbps.

How do I use Roku to watch movies on my TV set?

It’s easy to set up your Roku. To watch movies on your TV with a Roku player, you must connect the video decoder to your television using HDMI or analog cables.
Insert the Ethernet cable into your Roku box and into the router. You can also synchronize your wireless connection with Roku by following the steps illustrated in the instruction guide that comes with Roku.

Does Roku work anywhere in the world?

At the moment, Roku is available only in the United States and Canada.

How do I subscribe to ITV Cinema?

You can go on the “Movies” section on your Roku and purchase Italy on Demand.