Archive | News


DIRECTV NOW Added Hearst NBC Affiliates Last Night

As we predicted a few days ago DIRECTV NOW added Hearst-owned NBC affiliates including  Sacramento, Cincinnati, Orlando, Baltimore, and more last night. Now keep in mind DIRECTV NOW has been rolling out locals as they are ready. This does not mean every Hearst-owned NBC affiliate will go live today but that they will be added. […]

Continue Reading

fuboTV’s Commercials Are Meant to Offend People & Its Paying Off

The world of live TV streaming is becoming increasingly crowded, and fuboTV wants to get their name out there. To help them stand out, fuboTV recently started an aggressive marketing campaign including TV commercials. And aggressive may be an understatement. “We knew what we were doing,” said Ian Wishingrad, founder and creative director of the ad […]

Continue Reading

DIRECTV NOW Adds CBS On-Demand Nationwide

Yesterday DIRECTV NOW started to add CBS on-demand content for all subscribers. Even if you live in a market that does not have a live CBS feed, you can now get CBS on demand as part of your subscriptions. Update: DIRECTV NOW just officially emailed subscribers about the addition of CBS on-demand. This will not be […]

Continue Reading
ATT Android TV

AT&T is Building an Android TV Streaming Player

This week AT&T filed with the FCC for a new Android TV-powered streaming player. This new player has the model number C71KW-400 and is described as “the new AT&T/DirecTV Wireless 4K OTT Client.” The FCC filing was first spotted by Variety but details are still thin. The few pages of the manual we have seen describe OTT (the term […]

Continue Reading
Hulu Handmaid

Hulu’s CEO is Stepping Down

After four years as CEO of Hulu and pushing many changes in the service Hulu’s CEO Mike Hopkins is stepping down. Back in 2013 Mike Hopes was named as CEO of Hulu. Since he took over Mr Hopkins has launched Hulu with Live TV, made numerous deals to grow the Hulu catalog, launched original programming like […]

Continue Reading

Amazon Announces Their Fall 2017 Pilot Season Premieres

Yesterday Amazon announced their fall 2017 pilot season premieres for Amazon Prime Video that will be released November 10, 2017. Amazon uses pilot seasons to test new shows that they are considering turning into full-fledged originals. They monitor views and user feedback to help them determine what shows they will give a full season too. […]

Continue Reading
Three happy young men watching football game and keeping arms raised while sitting on sofa

Stadium Announces Plans to Stream 95 Mens College Basketball Games Including Games With The Mountain West, Patriot League, Conference USA and Atlantic Ten

Today Stadium announced their 2017-2018 college basketball lineup that includes home games from Mountain West, C-USA, and more. The list also includes road games for teams from the SEC, Big Ten, ACC, Pac-12 & more. ”We are extremely excited to play such an important role in the upcoming college basketball season, and we believe that […]

Continue Reading

AT&T Gives Themselves More Time to Close the Time Warner Deal

AT&T has pushed back the termination deadline for its planned $108.7 billion purchase of Time Warner. This deal will give AT&T ownership over many popular channels including HBO, CNN, and Cartoon Network. (Note: Time Warner and Time Warner Cable are two different companies. This deal is only for Time Warner the entertainment company.) Currently, the […]

Continue Reading