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FOX Nation is Hosting It’s First ‘Patriot Awards’ November 6

Throughout its one year anniversary month of November, the on demand streaming service FOX Nation will present special programming celebrating the many Americans who dedicate themselves to their communities with inspirational acts of courage and patriotism. FOX Nation will host it’s first ever Patriot Awards At the Duke Energy Center of Arts in St. Petersburg,FL on Wednesday, […]

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Broadband Internet Continues to Expand Into Rural Maine

Maine-based company Redzone Wireless, LLC announced it has nine new wireless broadband sites activated this month serving Maine, including 14,000 new homes and businesses in 22 primarily rural communities. Here are the communities with new full or partial access: 1.    Alfred 2.    Anson 3.    Arrowsic 4.    Bath 5.    Casco 6.    Cornville 7.    Farmingdale 8.    Gardiner 9.    Hallowell 10.    Madison 11.    Naples 12.    Norridgewock 13.    North Anson 14.    North Berwick […]

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Hulu’s ‘Huluween’ has Officially Started, Including Two Original Horror Premieres

Hulu has kicked off their 31 days of fright and delight that started October 1. “Huluween” is a category you can access from your Hulu profile that features recommended titles tailored to your tastes, from not-so-scary titles like Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween, and kid friendly Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest, to […]

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Starz Acquires 6 New Titles Including Series by Idris Elba

Today Starz announced the new acquisition of six titles including “This Changes Everything,” a documentary from executive producer and Academy Award-winning actor Geena Davis, and “In the Long Run,” a family comedy created by and featuring Idris Elba inspired by his childhood stories growing up in 1980s London. “This series is a semi-autobiographical comedy that tackles […]

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Here’s Sundance Now’s Full October Lineup

Full of engrossing true crime series, films, and captivating documentaries, October is the perfect month to dive into Sundance Now’s programming. You can watch Sundance Now on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku, Xbox One, Google Chromecast, as well as Apple TV and Amazon Prime add-on channels. Sundance Now is $6.99/month or […]

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Here is Everything Streaming On ESPN+ This Weekend Including College Football, UFC, NBA Rooks, & More

ESPN+ is ESPN’s subscription service for sports fans. It offers additional games streaming online that you won’t find on ESPN, EPSN2, ESPNU, etc. It not only offers more college football but also exclusive content from MLS, MLB, NHL, college basketball, CFL, UFC, and more. This week it has a huge collection of events that you […]

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Free Streaming Service Kanopy Welcomes Two Additions to Leadership Team

Kanopy, the premium free streaming service announced two new hires to it’s senior leadership team today. In addition, the company announced a brand new engineering office in Orange County California to continue their recruiting efforts. Dave Barney has joined Kanopy as Chief Technology Officer while Chase Rigby is the company’s new Chief Product Officer, both […]

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IMDb TV is Bringing Canada’s ‘Corner Gas Animated’ to The U.S.

Today Amazon’s free streaming service IMDb TV announced the debut of their new original series Corner Gas Animated. The show is based on Corner Gas, Canada’s highest-rated live-action comedy franchise of all-time. Beginning October 15, 24 episodes of Corner Gas Animated Season 1 and 2 will be available for the first time in the U.S. Additionally, IMDb TV will […]

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Sony’s Funimation is Adding More Anime in the United States

Sony is consolidating Sony Music Entertainment Japan’s Aniplex with Sony Pictures Television’s Funimation into one streaming experience. According to a story by Variety, this merger combines U.S.-based Funimation with Aniplex’s French Wakanim and Australian Madman Anime Group. This means Japanese anime content will be acquired and distributed via Funimation across the U.S. under the JV […]

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