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Chromecast® Now Supported in Video Player

We are pleased to announce the release of Chromecast streaming support from our video player. There is an FAQ section located here, Google Chromecast FAQ, that will explain some of the basics of casting. We sincerely hope this provides an alternative to the Roku Channel for large screen viewing.

As always, we sincerely thank all of our Roku app users. If you have any questions, Chromecast or otherwise, please contact us at https://roku.aebn.net/help/contact.

Thank you for your patronage,

The AEBN Team


An Important Announcement About The AEBN Roku Channel

Roku has made the decision to remove all private (non-certified) channels in March of 2022. This will affect the AEBN Roku channel, along with every other adult content channel, as well as hundreds of other private channels. Unfortunately, Roku's certification criteria explicitly disallows public (certified) applications from containing any pornographic material.

We sincerely hope that Roku changes course on this horrible decision and once again allows companies to use their platform to distribute legal adult content, but after getting feedback directly from a Roku representative this does not seem likely at this time. The only thing we can do right now is lodge complaints with Roku and let them know how unhappy we all are, both app developers and end-users.

One thing to keep in mind regarding your AEBN Roku account, your same credentials as well as all of your purchases, both minutes and rentals, are valid and available on our flagship web property, https://www.aebn.com. If you have an Apple iPad or iPhone you can already use Apple Airplay on Roku. Just look for the Apple Airplay section in the Setting menu on your Roku device.

To give you other options for large screen viewing, we are working on integrating Chromecast capabilities directly into our web video player. When complete, this should provide a very easy way to enjoy AEBN content on your TV. We anticipate the launch of our cast-enabled player in early 2022. This will occur before Roku pulls the AEBN channel down.

We truly appreciate our dedicated Roku app user-base. Rest assured that any purchases you make on the Roku app will always be available on our web property, and that we are working tirelessly to provide you with alternatives should Roku not change course.

If you have any other questions please contact us at https://roku.aebn.net/help/contact.

Thank you for your patronage,

The AEBN Team