Author Archive | Luke Bouma


The Esquire Network is Shutting Down & Moving Online

Esquire today announced that they will be shutting down their cable TV channel. This is likely the first in what will be a flood networks shutting down their traditional cable TV channels over the new few years in favor of online streaming. Launched back in 2013 to replace the Style Network, Esquire TV had the […]

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More Americans Are Using Antennas to Watch FREE TV

Do you own an antenna to watch free over the air TV? Well you are a part of a growing number of Americans who are coming back to antennas for access to free TV. Back in 2013 less than 9% of Americans households had an antenna for over the air TV. Now that number has […]

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Antenna TV Announces a Deal to Add More Over-the-Air TV Markets

Antenna TV is an over-the-air TV network that airs classic TV from the 1950s through the 1990s including shows such as “Family Ties,” “The Jeffersons,” and “All in the Family.” It currently covers about 80% of US households with 114 full power affiliates and 27 low power affiliates. Antenna TV first launched on January 1, […]

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Verizon is Looking at Buying Comcast or Charter

The consolidation of cable TV may be continuing in 2017 because Verizon is reportedly looking at buying Comcast or Charter. The report first showed up in the New York Post and said Verizon Chief Executive Lowell McAdam is reportedly looking at buying one of the big two cable companies in an effort to counter AT&T’s […]

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Amazon Starts Updating First Gen Fire TVs & Fire Sticks

Do you own a first generation Fire TV, and have you been waiting for the new Fire TV user interface? We have good news and bad news for you. This week Amazon started to roll out Fire OS (562254320) to first generation Fire TV and Fire Stick devices; however, the brand-new Fire TV user […]

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