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DIRECTV NOW Just Added More CBS Stations

Recently DIRECTV NOW started to add CBS owned and operated CBS affiliates. Yet a few for some reason never got added. Well now a few more have been added. Readers today have told Cord Cutters News that KCAL 9 the CBS affiliate in Los Angeles, California is now streaming on DIRECTV NOW. Now as best […]

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My Top 5 FREE Movie Channels for Roku Owners (September 2017)

Do you love free movies? Well these 5 FREE streaming services are my hand-picked best free movie services for Roku owners. #1 The Roku Channel Roku has launched a new streaming service that offers a ton of 100% free movies and TV shows all in one place. The new channel will be called “The Roku Channel,” and […]

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Hulu Plans to Spend $2.5 Billion on New Content

It looks like Hulu is doubling down on content with plans to spend $2.5 billion on new content in 2018. That might sound like a lot of money, yet it’s still significantly less than Hulu’s streaming competitors like Amazon and Netflix are spending. Netflix said in its earnings report last fall that it planned to invest $6 […]

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PlayStation Vue Now Supports Apple’s Single Sign

The recent Apple tvOS beta update added has added PlayStation Vue as a TV provider allowing you to sign in on your iPhone or iPad and now Apple TV that is running the most recent beta. Update: I am starting to hear that all Apple TVs now support PlayStation Vue single sign in. Apple TV’s single […]

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Viacom Teams Up With hoopla & Your Local Library for FREE Streaming

Yesterday hoopla digital, the streaming service for public libraries, announced an agreement with Viacom to add hundreds of popular television shows from Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Comedy Central, MTV, Spike, VH1, TV Land, and CMT. hoopla says content from Viacom, including shows such as “Paw Patrol,” “SpongeBob SquarePants,” “Blue’s Clues,” and “Dora the Explorer,” is now available […]

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FOX Wants to Become More Cord Cutting Friendly

It looks like FOX is almost ready to make the jump a lot closer to à la carte TV. Yesterday 21st Century Fox CEO Lachlan Murdoch opened up about his views on the future of TV. “Make no mistake, everyone will go direct to consumer,” Murdoch said at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia conference Wednesday. “I don’t think there […]

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CBS’s CEO Talks About Their New FREE Sports Streaming Service

A few months ago CBS announced plans to launch a free sports streaming service similar to its free CBS News service. Now we get some of our first hints at what it will look like. “We think there’s a place in the marketplace for straight, factual clips, highlights, scores,” CBS’s CEO Leslie Moonves said. “I’m […]

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