Author Archive | Luke Bouma


Why Different Streaming Services Have Different Versions of The Same Movie

“Star Trek” is now on several streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant. The catch is there are different versions on each streaming service. For example, Netflix has the original version of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” in standard definition (SD). Amazon Prime Instant has “Star Trek: The Next Generation” in a re-mastered version […]

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Our Weekend Viewing Guide For Jun 12th 2015.

If you would like to watch the movie just click on the movie name. Documentary: On the Way to School – Netflix In this inspiring documentary, four children from disparate environments around the globe face daunting challenges as they make their way to school. Action: Inglorious Basterds – Netflix A Jewish cinema owner in occupied […]

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Review: Is Sesame Street Go Worth $3.99?

Update: There is now 200 full episodes on the Sesame Street Go app. Also Sesame Street asked us to make sure to point out that Sesame Street Go has a iOS and Android app now available for download. Sesame Street Go is a standalone service that for $3.99 a month will give you access to […]

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Review: Vibrant TV Network

Pros: Large selection of ad free on demand contant 24/7 live stream ad supported channel Good quality Streams Cost 4.99 (Free two week trial is available.) Please watch the YouTube video above for our full review. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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The Cord Cutting Show Episode #9 – WWDC, Fox Sports Go, Kodi, Fire TV, Diggnation, Showtime, and more…

Episode #9 of The Cord Cutting Show is now online! AFTVnews, CordCuttersNews, and TheStreamingAdvisor have teamed up to bring you a weekly podcast about cord cutting. You can find us on iTunes here: Or you can subscribe with our RSS feed here: You can download the MP3 here: Today’s Hosts: Elias from […]

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35,000 Americans Cancel Cable TV Every Month

A recent report from the Evercore ISI investment firm showed cable companies lost over 35,000 subscriber every month in the first quarter of 2015. The only bright spot for paid TV is Telco TV providers, like CenturyLink and Verizon, which added customers; however, even accounting for that, the industry as a whole lost over 13,000 […]

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