Watching MHz Worldview Live on
We would definitely recommend the Roku family of streaming players. We were one of the first broadcasters that offered global programming over the Roku, and our commitment to the platform has never wavered. Here are a few tips that would help you select the right model Roku and set it up in minutes to work with your TV.
What do I need to have available to install a Roku player?
All you need is a spare HDMI port on your TV, and a reliable broadband internet connection. Since the Roku takes care of stream switching and most playback issues it is the device we recommend the most for watching us on TV through your broadband internet connection.
What model of Roku should I buy?
You don't need the fanciest Roku for this — the basic Roku 2 would do just fine. Roku players are available in major electronics retailers near you, and at Roku.com.
IMPORTANT: Some Roku players work with wi-fi internet only. If you do not have wi-fi access at your location, please select a model that has an Ethernet port. Additional installation support may be necessary. Your retailer should be glad to help.
What about other channels? Can I watch live TV?
Besides MHz, the Roku will give you Netflix, Hulu and hundreds of other channels that broadcast via the internet. However, the Roku will NOT bring you off-the-air programs like network TV broadcasts. For that you might want to invest in a good indoor antenna like the Mohu Leaf or the Terk dipole.
I bought a Roku. Now what?
Please set up the Roku by following the manufacturer's instructions. Once you're done, follow one of these two methods to install the MHz Live channel.
Method 1: On your TVNavigate to the Channel Store and load the MHz Live channel. This is what it looks like:
Method 2: On your computer
Once you have registered your Roku, visit this link on your computer. Click the + Add Channel button. You may be prompted to login using the username and password you set up during installation, and the channel will be added to My Channels on your Roku.
Launch the channel with your remote. You'll find two icons on the first screen. The first two icons on the left are the two livestreams of MHz Worldview. Use the leftmost icon to watch the stream. Use the rightmost icon (MHz Alternative Stream) only if you have problems watching the primary stream.
Who do I contact if I have trouble?
If you have problems with video streaming or quality, please click on the orange Feedback tab to send us a message. We cannot provide support for Roku installation or device problems. Please contact Roku directly by visiting their website.
I am in <insert timezone here>. How can I get a program schedule based on my time zone?
Please visit our Schedules page at www.mhznetworks.com/schedule. Select the timezone from the dropdown list, and refer to the MHz Online schedule. Please remember that our stream is based firmly in US Eastern Standard Time.
I am outside the US. Can I watch MHz Worldview?
Our rights agreements with program providers do not let us broadcast beyond US borders. Sorry.
Can I use the Roku to record shows?
We're afraid not.
Although it is technically possible to have limited DVR capabilities on the Roku, our agreements with program providers do not allow us to provide that service to our end users,
Can I watch programs on demand?
Not yet, but soon. Please watch this page for updates.