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Roku Adds Spotify Support

Good news for music fans! Spotify has returned to Roku Players and Roku TVs with an updated and improved Roku Channel. You can add the Spotify Music Roku Channel to your Roku HERE. In a statement on Roku’s Blog, Roku said “Spotify is back! Today, the world’s most popular music streaming service makes its highly […]

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VRV Adds Classic Cartoons Thanks to a Partnership With Boomerang

Boomerang, the cable TV channel that airs classic cartoon shows, recently launched a video on-demand subscription service. With Boomerang you will be able to access a huge library of classic cartoons from places such as Turner and Warner Bros. and shows including “Looney Tunes” and some Hanna-Barbera along with the MGM library. Now they are brining their […]

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Roku Is Mandating Single Sign-On Support On More Roku Channels

Yesterday Roku announced several new requirements for Roku channel creators. These new requirements include mandatory support for Universal Single Sign-On for network TV apps and requiring apps to let you sign-up, sign-in, upgrade, and downgrade inside the Roku Channel without being sent to a website. Details on Roku’s New Universal Single Sign-On Rule All authenticated […]

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PlayStation Vue vs DIRECTV NOW vs YouTube TV vs Sling TV vs Philo vs FuboTV vs Watch TV vs Hulu – Updated November 2018

In October 2018 several changes happened with new channels joining services like Philo and PlayStation Vue. With 8 very popular live TV services it is harder than ever to pick the right one and new cord cutters can feel very overwhelmed with all the changes. The truth is there are no best services out there. […]

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Hulu is Launching a New Live TV Add-ons

Today Hulu announced that they are launching a new live TV add-on for Entertainment channels. The new add-on will include DIY, Livetime Movies, FYI, the Cooking Channel, and CNBC World. This new add-on will cost $7.99 a month and the FYI and LIfetime Movies will be moving out of the core $39.99 Hulu with live TV plan. […]

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