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My best guess -- tons of ad revenue from YouTube. People get Roku for the all-in-one platform. Anything they watch on YouTube has ads.

Brian, why would YouTube let Roku have any of that ad revenue? YouTube doesn't (I wouldn't think) care if people watch their ads on Roku, their phone, their computer, their iPad, another device connected to a TV, etc. It seems crazy to think they'd give anything to Roku, doesn't it?

Bear
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