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10 Movies to Watch for Free on Tubi This Weekend

Looking for more free content to watch this weekend? Tubi is a great streaming option for cord cutters, especially right now when money might be tight. The newly acquired Fox-owned streaming service has over 20,000 movies and television shows from nearly every major Hollywood studio. The service gives fans of films and television programs an […]

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What to Watch on The PBS Video App and PBS Passport This Month

PBS has long been a great source for free programming available with an antenna. But many people still don’t know there is a PBS Video App where you can stream more than 4000 PBS and local shows on-demand, all for free. Stream PBS and local station shows like MASTERPIECE, Poldark, NOVA, Nature, PBS NewsHour, FRONTLINE, […]

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Fox Sold Roku Shares to Morgan Stanley Ahead of Tubi Acquisition

 Yesterday, a block of 6 million Roku shares went up for sale. That night, Fox Corp. reached out to Morgan Stanley, asking the company to take on Fox’s 5% stake in Roku, according to sources for The Wall Street Journal. Morgan Stanley accepted the deal, took the shares, and sold for $58/share. Today, Roku bounced […]

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Pluto TV Adds 4 New Channels Including 24/7 Cops

Today the free streaming service Pluto TV added four new channels with the addition of Spike TV’s Cops 24/7, America’s Voice, BlazeTV, and TokuSHOOTsu. Here is where you can find these new channels. BlazeTV Channel 250 Blaze Live is news and entertainment for people who love America. Our programming is pro-free speech and unapologetically pro-America. […]

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Pluto TV Brings Kamen Rider to New TokuSHOUTsu Channel

Pluto TV announced a new addition to its lineup that should have fans of the Japanese tokusatsu genre very happy. Located on Channel 681, the new TokuSHOUTsu is a new free channel from Shout Factory that will serve up Japanese classics like Kamen Rider, which hasn’t been widely available in North America to this point. […]

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Pluto Has Partnered With 55 Content Resources Just in Time for Latin American Launch

The ad-supported streaming service Pluto TV has acquired 55 content partnerships just before its Latin American launch later this month. Pluto TV will be available in 17 Latin American countries and is scheduled to become available in Brazil at the end of 2020. These new partnerships will provide a wide pool of resources to supply content […]

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6 FREE Sports Shows & Movies to Watch on Crackle This Weekend

If you’re stuck inside this weekend and looking for something to watch, Crackle has you covered. The free streaming service has a content library filled with everything from reality shows to action films, including a collection of sports content that you can watch anytime, anywhere, on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, iOS […]

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Free Streaming Service STIRR and LiveXLive are Launching New Music Channel

Live entertainment-focused media group LiveXLive and is producing a slate of original content for a new music channel on STIRR. The two companies announced their latest collaboration earlier today with the channel set to launch in later this month. “We are excited to continue to evolve our relationship with STIRR,” said Dermot McCormack, president, LiveXLive. […]

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Pluto TV’s New User Interface Comes to Amazon’s Fire TV

Recently Pluto TV’s new user interface has slowly been rolling out to devices like the Apple TV and Roku. Now Pluto TV has brought its updated app with the new user interface to Amazon’s Fire TV and Fire TV Sticks. “Today marks another major step for Pluto TV in its mission to entertain the planet. […]

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beIN Sports Xtra is Now Available on XUMO in Canada

Today beIN Sports announced its ad-supported Live Sports streaming channel beIN Sports Xtra is now available in Canada. With this new access to the channel, Canadian viewers will be able to watch sports like soccer via The Roku Channel and Comcast-owned XUMO. “It’s easier than ever to catch [soccer] action in real-time,” Antonio Briceño, deputy […]

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