We knew that BSkyB was bringing more content to streaming device maker Roku with its Now TV on-demand service, but now it’s bringing something else, too — investment cash. BSkyB, News Corp., and venture investors Menlo Ventures and Globespan Capital Partners (along with a shadowy unnamed investor), are infusing the company with a fresh $45 million, which Roku will use to boost advertising, expand internationally, and invest in both its digital services and new hardware. On that note, the previously-announced Roku Streaming Stick, essentially a set-top box in the form of an HDMI dongle for TVs with MHL, is now getting a fall release window. Also, as part of the deal, News Corp.'s Chief Digital Officer Jon Miller will be joining Roku's board. This round of financing is a big deal for the streaming device maker — as pointed out by All Things D, the sum is twice as much as the company has raised in all its previous rounds.