I looked at USTVnow.
Channels: ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, NBC, PBS, My9, A&E, Animal Planet, Bravo, Cartoon Network, CNBC, CNN, Comedy Central, Discovery Channel, ESPN, FX, Fox News, History, Lifetime, National Geographic, Nickelodeon, Spike, Syfy, TBS, TNT, USA
Price $29 a month + $10 a month for DVR in cloud. You get 6 channels free to try it out if you give them your email address. You get a $10 discount for the first 3 months.
DVR recordings are deleted after 4 weeks.
This blurb in FAQ regarding service - USTVNow also offers a paid service with additional channels and DVR capability. The service in the continental U.S.A. is available as a TV anywhere service in combination with a regular cable subscription from USTVNow cable partners.
I haven’t tried it on Roku, but on my iMac, it crashed once. Could have been a Chrome error. Watching in full screen mode give a really crudy picture, but then my display is 2560x1440. There is an HD option, but no mention of what HD means to them. High, the grade below HD, requires 1.4 mbps,
They reserve the right to deny channel access during time of high demand. They also use your computer somehow to improve streaming quality for other users somehow.
In any case, they don’t have Disney nor HGTV or Food Network which is a show stopper for the kids and my wife. I’m tied to the cord until some company can deliver these channels with at least 3 streams.