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HBO Go & Roku: What does this mean?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by man_rob, May 17, 2012.

  1. man_rob

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  2. dualsub2006

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    It doesn't mean anything unless D* suddenly appears in the provider list at the HBO Go activation website. I'm optimistic, but not going to get too worked up about it at this point.
     
  3. akw4572

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    I hope this comes to fruition. This would go a long way towards me looking at other providers as options.
     
  4. damondlt

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    I hope it happends. We pay for hbo and directv wants to interfere with what we can watch it on. That's bs.. I was pissed that I can't watch hbo on my Roku after being able to for so long on cable.
    Hbo should use a different way to tell who subscribes to the service so they can watch it on every and any streaming device they choose.
     
  5. Drew2k

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    As of 2 minutes ago HBOgo.com/activate did not list DIRECTV as an authorized provider when Roku was selected as the device.
     
  6. dualsub2006

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    No, D* is not listed, but TWC is now. They take over my cable system soon.
     

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