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Roku Reports Q2 Loss Per Share $0.35
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Roku, Inc. operates television streaming platform. The Company connects users to streaming content, enables content publishers to build and monetize audiences and provides advertisers with capabilities to engage consumers. Its Roku platform allows users to personalize their content selection with cable television replacement offerings and other streaming services that suit their budget and needs. Ad-supported channels available on the Roku platform include CBS News, Crackle, The CW Television Network and Vice; subscription channels include HBO Now, Hulu and Netflix, as well as traditional pay TV replacement services like DirecTV Now, Sling TV and Sony PlayStation Vue; and transactional channels include Amazon Video, Google Play and Vudu. Its product categories include advertising, Roku TVs and Streaming Players.
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1155 COLEMAN AVENUE
SAN JOSE, CA
Anthony J. Wood
Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer, Founder
Chief Financial Officer
Stephen H. Kay
Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
Senior Vice President, General Manager of Account Acquisition
Scott Alden Rosenberg
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Platform Business
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Shares of Roku Inc surged over 11% on Wednesday after Citi initiated coverage of the streaming video company with a "buy" rating, while Netflix Inc also rallied more than 11% and was on track for its largest one-day gain in three years.
Roku Inc said on Wednesday uncertainty in the ad industry will persist through the third and fourth quarters, overshadowing the video-streaming device maker's upbeat results and sending its shares sharply lower.
Roku Inc reported a better-than-expected 42% jump in quarterly revenue on Wednesday, as sales of its video-streaming devices soared and more users logged on to its content platform for entertainment while sheltered at home.
Roku Inc beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue on Wednesday, as sales of its video-streaming devices soared and more users logged on to its content platform for entertainment while sheltered at home.
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Reuters, the world’s largest multimedia news provider, announced today the launch of a video news channel on the Roku Channel, the home for free and premium entertainment on the Roku® platform. Reuters global news coverage, produced by 2500 journalists in 200 locations,...
Roku Inc said it expects 2020 ad sales to grow at a slower pace and recorded higher cancellations in the first quarter as advertisers save cash amid the COVID-19 pandemic, sending its shares down 10% in extended trading on Thursday.
Roku Inc posted a bigger net loss in the first quarter on Thursday, as the video streaming device maker spent more to attract subscribers to its ad-supported channel, sending its shares down 4% in extended trading.
Roku Inc <ROKU.O> reported preliminary first-quarter revenue above analysts' estimates on Monday as more people used its video streaming devices and content platform to keep themselves entertained during the coronavirus-led lockdowns.
Roku Inc on Monday reported preliminary first-quarter revenue above analysts' estimates as the video streaming device maker added more users during the coronavirus pandemic that has kept people indoors.
Streaming-device maker Roku Inc launched its Roku Channel in Britain on Tuesday, offering free access to more than 10,000 movies, TV episodes and documentaries at a time when the coronavirus is driving demand for stay-at-home entertainment.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1030 GMT on Wednesday:
Roku Inc beat Wall Street estimates for holiday-quarter sales and forecast full-year revenue above expectations on Thursday, as the video streaming device maker benefited from the launch of new streaming services from Walt Disney and Apple.
Roku Inc beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue on Thursday, as the video streaming device maker benefited from the launch of streaming services from Walt Disney Co and Apple Inc in the quarter, sending its shares up 10%.
Shares of Roku tumbled 7% on Friday after the streaming video company told customers it was removing Fox channels from its platform ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast.
Amazon.com Inc said on Monday its streaming device, Fire TV, has surpassed 40 million active users globally, maintaining its lead over rival Roku Inc.
Shares of Netflix jumped 3.4% on Tuesday after the streaming heavyweight unveiled historical data showing strong overseas growth, while Roku dropped 1.5% after saying its well-respected chief financial officer would step down.
Roku Inc's high-flying stock tumbled 15% on Monday after Morgan Stanley downgraded the video streaming company, warning that revenue and profit growth could slow next year.
U.S. video streaming service Roku Inc <ROKU.O> reported a wider net loss in the third quarter on Wednesday, as it spent more to attract subscribers to its video streaming platform.
Roku Inc reported a bigger net loss in the third quarter, as the video streaming device-maker spent more to attract subscribers to its video streaming platform, sending shares down 15% in extended trading.
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