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Netflix Cuts Off New Zealand Users

New Zealand Netflix users say they have been cut off from the United States television streaming service. Well the service was never officially offered in New Zealand many residents had found 3rd party work around like Slingshot. Slingshot spokesman Quentin Reade said the internet provider believed Netflix had made some changes to its systems, preventing […]

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BBC Sport Now Available On The Roku In The UK

Great news for any UK cord cutters that love sports. BBC sports launches today on the ROKU and it is FREE! The app is available on all Roku devices. BBC Sport brings the latest sporting news, live action and highlights to all Roku streaming players. Hundreds of videos are available and users can filter by […]

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Amazon Announces Three New Kids Shows

If your a cord cutting parent like I am finding new shows to keep your kids active can be a struggle. Netflix can be slow some times putting new seasons online or the show is just not available.  The good news is Amazon is jumping into original content for kids! “Amazon Studios is thrilled to […]

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Amazon Instant Roku App Finally Updated

Good news for Roku fans the Amazon Instant app has finally been updated with a very Netflix like look. The app now launches right into recommended TV shows and movies. You have to scroll down 3 rows to get to the search, prime instant video, watchlist, ect. Bellow that you have rows of recently added […]

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Comcast Jumps To 3rd On Netflix ISP Speed Chart

No big surprise here but Comcast keeps climbing on the Netflix IPS speed chart. Now locked in at 3rd places with a average speed of 2.77 up from 2.5 last March. This all comes after Netflix agrees to pay Comcast for better speed. Before the deal Comcast was ranked 14th on the list. 3 months […]

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Fox: Streaming is a “Opportunity and Challenge”

Fox has been one of the leaders in online streaming compared to the other alphabet networks. Now it looks like a 6% increase in profit from online streams has grabbed their attention. “We certainly feel good were we are with multiyear agreements. Amazon seems to be stepping up. Hulu is becoming a more aggressive player […]

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