MSNBC is an American-based news channel that brings you news coverage from all around the world. You will get an in-depth analysis of news through commentary and perspectives at any time, anywhere. Apart from that, you can watch the latest live news and full episodes of the shows like The Beat with Ari Melber, The 11th Hour with Brain Williams, Politics Nation with Rev. Morning Joe, Al Sharpton, and The Rachel Maddow Show. The users can watch the new episodes of the MSNBC shows the day after they air on TV. You can mark your favorite shows and watch them later from where you left. MSNBC is available on many streaming devices like Roku, Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, and more.
You cannot find the MSNBC app on Roku Channel Store. However, you can stream MSNBC news through the NBC News app. You can easily install the NBC News app on your Roku. With the MSNBC channel, you will find the NBC news coverage with its own reporting and political commentary on current events.
How to Watch MSNBC on Roku
Streaming MSNBC on Roku isn’t straightforward as it isn’t available as a dedicated channel. However, the below section will guide you to stream it via NBC Channel on Roku.
 Plug your Roku device into your TV’s HDMI port and connect it to a stable internet connection.
 Press the Home button to view the home screen.
 Scroll down on the home menu and select the Streaming Channels option.
 Then, navigate to click on the Search Channels option on the Roku Channel Store.
 Use the virtual keyboard, and type NBC News.
 Select the NBC News app.
 Click the Add Channel button to add the channel to your Roku device.
 Now, open the NBC News app and proceed with activating it.
FYI: Like Roku, you can even stream MSNBC on Google TV and stay up-to-date with the latest happenings around the world.
How to Activate NBC to Watch MNBC on Roku
 Launch the NBC app on your Roku TV from the channels section.
 Make a note of the NBC activation code displayed on your TV.
 From a browser, visit https://www.nbc.com/nbcuniversalfamily/activate.
 Input the activation code and click on the Continue button.
 If prompted, log in to your NBC app with the necessary credentials.
 When the activation is successful, you shall search for MSNBC and start streaming it.
 With this, you can watch MSNBC live stream on your Roku screen.
How to Stream MSNBC on Roku Via Roku Channel Store
 Open a browser on your PC and visit the Roku Channel Store.
 Click on the Sign In link from the top of the screen. Enter the login details as your Roku TV.
 Tap on the Search Channels bar to enter as NBC News. Press Enter.
 Search the NBC News tile from the search result that appears.
 Click on Add Channel button to get it installed on your Roku.
 Now, refresh your Roku TV, and you will find NBC News on TV.
 Login to NBC News, search for the MSNBC channel and start streaming it on your Roku TV.
How to Cast MSNBC News on Roku TV
If you prefer saving some space on your Roku TV, you shall cast the NBC News app from your smartphone to stream MSNBC.
 Connect Roku TV to WIFI and use the same WIFI connection on your Smartphone.
 Open the Play Store (Android) or App Store (iPhone/iPad) from the apps section.
 Click on the Search bar to type in as NBC News and select it when you get the suggestions.
 Once the login is completed, you shall select the Open button to launch the app.
 If prompted, log in to your NBC News account with the necessary details.
 Search for the MSNBC channel and select any news or shows to begin playing.
 Click on the Cast icon and choose your Roku TV among the available devices.
 Once the connection establishes, you shall stream MSNBC on Roku TV.
How to Watch MSNBC on Roku without Cable
There are some streaming services that offer MSNBC as a part of their subscription plans. Thus, you can watch MSNBC on Roku without cable with any of the below services.
Hulu + Live TV
To stream MSNBC, you shall rely on Hulu + Live TV. It is one of the affordable streaming services which cost less compared to other services. You can get Hulu on Roku at $5.99 per month and $59.99/year with a 7-day free trial. With either of the plans, you can stream huge collections of the latest movies, TV shows, and Originals.
YouTube TV is a cable-free live TV that does not require any cable box to stream it. You can watch MSNBC and other channels like Fox, ABC, ESPN, NBC, and NFL. You can download and save the content on YouTube TV, which lasts for over 9 months. YouTube TV on Roku subscription costs $64.99 per month with a 7-day free trial.
Sling TV is another best streaming service where you get both paid and rent content. You get 200+ channels, including MSNBC with Sling TV on Roku. It brings content in 22 different languages, and you have three different packages at different prices.
fuboTV offers you 100+ channels like MSNBC, ABC, CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports, and much more. You can watch MSNBC app content by subscribing to any package of fuboTV on Roku. It costs you $64.99 per month with a 7-day free trial.
MSNBC is available as a part of a DirecTV Stream (AT&T TV) subscription, and thus, you can stay tuned to the latest happenings. Besides this, you shall get access to 150+ channels at an affordable subscription plan. Since DirecTV Stream on Roku has an unlimited cloud DVR feature, you can record the shows for later use.
These are the possible ways in which you can access MSNBC on Roku TV. Until the official launch of the MSNBC Roku app, you shall choose any of the ways to get access to the MSNBC channel. Even without the login, you shall listen to the live audio feed of MSNBC on your TV.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. It isn’t available on the Roku Channel Store officially.
Yes. You can get MSNBC on Roku via NBC News, and you can stream the latest news.
You can get any of the streaming channels that support MSNBC to watch it on your Roku. For instance, NBC News.
Among all the subscriptions, Sling TV is the cheapest way to watch MSNBC.
It is available on channel number 356 as MSNBC HD.
You can stream MSNBC without cable using Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu, and YouTube TV.
Yes. You can stream the channel with NBC News at no additional cost.