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Love Sports? Sling TV Is Hiring a Sports Expert

Sling TV has made sports a big part of their service. With the latest update, they created a special sports section to show all the sports content in one place. They even promised to build all of the ESPN 3 content in to their new sports section. Now they want a sports expert to help […]

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Sep 18, 2015; Boise, ID, USA; Boise State Broncos quarterback Thomas Stuart (3) rolls out during the first quarter against Idaho State Bengals at Albertsons Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Losness-USA TODAY Sports

PlayStation Vue Adds The ESPN Goal Line Channel

If you love college football and have PlayStation Vue we have good news for you. PlayStation Vue seems to have added the ESPN Goal Line Channel to their service. ESPN Goal Line brings college football fans all of the big plays every Saturday. Similar to the NFL Network’s NFL RedZone, ESPN Goal Line is a […]

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Hulu is Working to Be Friendlier for Hearing Impaired Viewers

Hulu announced this week that they have reached a deal with the National Association of the Deaf (NAD). Part of this deal requires Hulu to close caption all of its full-length English and Spanish movies and shows by September 2016. “Captioning is another type of control consumers can—rightfully—expect and enjoy,” said Arlene Mayerson, the Disability […]

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Amazon Video Wants to Be Your Source for Live Sports

According to Bloomberg, Amazon.com Inc. is going after sports streaming rights—from basketball to rugby and everything in between. According to their sources it sounds like the French Open tennis championship and professional rugby will be the first live sports to hit Amazon Prime Video. Amazon has its eyes on even more sports with basketball and […]

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Cord Cutting Is Taking its Toll on Movie Theaters

More Americans every day are finding out about their options to stream content when and how they want. Now that seems to not only be effecting cable companies but also movie theaters. It was a bad summer for movie theaters as a vast majority of the 29 widely released films disappointed in ticket sales. Blockbuster […]

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