Aended Friday evening as the two companies reached an agreement that kept Fox's apps on and . Those apps include the Fox Sports app, which will allow , in both standard and , this weekend.
Earlier on Friday, Roku had emailed users warning, "On Jan. 31, 2020, all standalone Fox channels will no longer be available on Roku streaming devices." Fox responded by calling Roku's move "a naked effort to use its customers as pawns." The dispute was resolved less than a day later.
"We are pleased to have reached a successful agreement with Roku. Fox's leading suite of apps will continue to be available on the Roku platform," a Fox spokesperson said in a statement. A Roku spokesperson sent CNET a statement identical to the company's tweet announcing the agreement.
Carriage disputes between networks and traditional linear service providers are common, for example last summer when. (Disclosure: ViacomCBS is the parent company of CNET.) But they're also beginning to appear among streaming providers. A deal between Amazon and Disney to carry the service on Amazon Fire TV devices, for example, wasn't struck .
Update, 11:54 a.m. PT: Adds comments from Fox and Roku.