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After six months of a stalemate, Roku and YouTube are once again going public about their impasse, with the connected TV company accusing the tech giant this morning of making anticompetitive demands for carrying YouTube TV—and their faceoff could permanently shakeup the CTV landscape if the companies don’t make up by December.
Roku stopped carrying YouTube TV in April after the two sides failed to reach a carriage renewal. Roku alleged the tech company is asking Roku to manipulate consumer search by forcing Roku to block non-YouTube results for users inside the YouTube TV app.