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DIRECTV NOW Just Added a New Channel

Today if you turn on your DIRECTV NOW app today you may find a new channel listed. This morning for several of our readers the Reelz channel appeared on DIRECTV NOW. Reelz channel launched back in 2006 as ReelzChannel. Currently, Reelz airs a wide range of new and syndicated content like Murder Made Me Famous, National […]

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DIRECTV NOW is Now Available on More Roku Devices

To the joy of many Roku owners AT&T today updated their Roku Channel to include support for more devices. Back in June when DIRECTV NOW came to Roku it only supported the following devices: Roku Streaming Stick (2016) Roku Premiere Roku Premiere + Roku Ultra Roku 4 Roku 3 Roku Express Roku Express+ 4K Roku […]

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Carol Burnett is Getting a Netflix Original Show

Carol Burrnet the star of the classic Carol Burrnet Show is back this time with an unscripted Netflix original show. “Someone once asked me how old I am inside,” said Burnett. “I thought about it, and came up with, ‘I’m about eight.’ So it’s going to be a lot of fun playing with kids my age.” […]

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CBS All Access is Adding More News Coverage

Today CBS announced plans to add CBSN their 24/7 news network to CBS All Access starting August 3rd 2017. At first, CBSN will only be on laptops and desktops but this fall CBSN will be added to other devices like Roku, Fire TV, and more. CBS has been investing heavily into CBSN recently with new original programming […]

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Hulu Just Added Another Fox Affiliate to Their Live TV Service

Once again today Hulu announced the addition of a new Fox affiliate to their live TV Streaming service.  Today Hulu confirmed to Cord Cutters News that their live TV beta service is adding KECY in Yuma-El Centro to their live TV streaming service. Recently Hulu has been busy adding more affiliates as just last week […]

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What Does Discovery’s Purchase of Scripps Mean for Cord Cutting? We Take a Look

Yesterday it was announced that Discovery had agreed to spend over $14 billion for Scripps Networks including HGTV, The Travel Channel, and The Food Network. This understandably raised some concerns about the future of channels like HGTV on streaming services such as Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, and PlayStation Vue. The good news is that Discovery […]

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