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CBS is Offering a FREE Month Trial of CBS All Access

CBS All-Access now offers over 8,500 episodes on demand of award winning CBS content. New episodes are added the next day and in a growing list of areas you also get a live stream of your local CBS affiliate. Currently CBS All-Access is available on smart phones, tablets, PCs, Macs, Roku, Fire TV, Xbox 360, […]

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My Top 5 FREE Roku Channels For Sports Fans

My Top 5 FREE Roku Channels For Sports Fans CBS Sports The CBS Sports app enables users to watch Video on Demand and Live Video streams of CBS Sports content. Users can browse through multiple categories, such as Football, Baseball, Fantasy Basketball, Viral Videos, and much more. Getting started is simple – just open the […]

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Here is Everything Coming to Crackle for FREE in February

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iONt5MZgUY New Crackle Originals: SuperMansion, Season 2 – Premieres Thursday, February 16 Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee  – Thursdays through February 9 What’s New: Appleseed: Alpha Beverly Hills Ninja Cleaner El Mariachi Fallen Champ: The Untold Story of Mike Tyson Half Past Dead Half Past Dead 2 Insanitarium Into Thin Air: Death on Everest Iron […]

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The Ads on Roku Players Are About to Get a Lot Better

Sick of seeing the same ad over and over on your Roku player? We have good news for you! MAGNA, an ad agency with over 60 years’ experience buying ad space on traditional pay-TV providers, has its sights on Roku players. “Last year, we made a concerted effort to provide marketers with viable sight, sound […]

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Netflix VP Talks about Season 2 of “Making a Murderer”

Recently Netflix announced that it would be filming a second season of “Making a Murderer” and the web exploded; however, we have not heard much about it since the announcement. You may remember “Making a Murderer” as the breakout Netflix original that tells the story of Manitowoc County resident Steven Avery, who spent 18 years in […]

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