Roku, Inc.

-$1.61 (-1.2%)
Closing price July 7, 2020
Roku, seeking more traction with advertisers, will be the first presenter at the IAB's NewFronts next week.
Roku adds new channels to attract viewers and a new shopper data feature to attract advertisers.
Roku is launching a targeted advertising program that could differentiate it from rivals in the crowded streaming space.
As the country reopens for business Roku may be lagging because it’s a stay-at-home stock.
Roku stands to benefit as consumers spend more on streaming services and advertisers look likely to follow suit.
No one outside AT&T is likely to call the company's May 27 launch of HBO Max a rousing success. Does HBO have to think differently about how to add new subscribers long term?
HBO Max is live and being carried by Xfinity, but deals with Roku and Amazon Fire TV await as Comcast holds out for app-based delivery.
Worries that Roku would be knocked out by competitors took a back seat when the company reported earnings. Suddenly, its prospects do not look so dim.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Agilent Technologies, Aurora Cannabis, Best Buy, Box, Marvell Technology, Nvidia, Palo Alto Networks, Roku, Splunk and TJX Companies.
Roku has nearly 40 million accounts and the soon-to-be-launched HBO Max has lots of appealing content. Can they do without each other?  
Additional Spanish-language channels and coronavirus lockdown broaden Roku's subscriber base.
Roku shares fell early Friday after the company released first-quarter financial results late on Thursday.
Streaming media company Roku is scheduled to release its first-quarter results after the markets close on Thursday. Will it see a shelter-in-place boost?
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AT&T, Cognex, Johnson & Johnson, Keurig Dr Pepper, PayPal, Roku, Shopify, Square, Valero Energy and Walt Disney.
Roku shares jumped on Tuesday after the company provided an update on its first quarter, during which large numbers of people began sheltering at home.