Roku and Google have finally settled their months-long disagreement, coming to a long-term carriage deal for both YouTube and YouTube TV on the connected TV platform.
The companies, whose stalemate threatened to shake up the connected TV landscape, reached the deal just a day before the previous deal for the YouTube app expired on Dec. 9. YouTube TV has been off the platform since April after the two sides failed to reach a carriage renewal.
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Roku and YouTube have been facing off for the better part of the year, with the connected TV platform accusing Google of anticompetitive behavior.
“Roku and Google have agreed to a multi-year extension for both YouTube and YouTube TV. This