Roku and Fox Resolve Distribution Standoff in Time For Super Bowl

Companies reached new agreement shortly before previous deal expired

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Crisis averted: Roku and Fox have reached an agreement that will allow Roku to distribute Fox programming on its connected TV devices—meaning that users will be able to stream the Super Bowl, the companies said late Friday.

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