Here’s how to stream the Super Bowl tonight

 The NFL season ends tonight with the New England Patriots losing to facing off against the Philadelphia Eagles in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  The game starts at 6:30pm ET / 3:30pm PT and this year will be aired on NBC, meaning if you have cable or an HD antenna you can just tune into NBC to watch. If you want to watch it on a device like a phone, tablet or smart TV you can download the NBC… Read More

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YouTube TV and Hulu Live TV now have hundreds of thousands of subscribers, says report

 Hulu and YouTube are battling for subscribers for their respective live TV streaming services, according to a CNBC report out this morning, which says that Hulu Live has grown to 450,000 paying subscribers and YouTube TV has just over 300,000. Both are still trailing competitors including Dish’s Sling TV, which has more than 2 million estimated subscribers, and AT&T’s DirecTV… Read More

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YouTube’s in-app messaging and Community tab to make their way to YouTube TV, YouTube Music

 YouTube is aiming to bring its set of social features, including the in-app messaging system and “Community” tab for creators, to its wider suite of apps. Specifically, the company is interested in porting those features to its YouTube TV app aimed at cord cutters, as well as its Music app. Read More

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Here’s how to stream the Golden Globes tonight

 Tonight for the first time the Golden Globes are being live-streamed, meaning you can watch it even if you aren’t in front of a TV. The show is being hosted by Seth Meyers and coverage starts at 5pm PT / pm ET. Here’s how to watch: If you’re a cord-cutter you’ll be able to watch via the NBC channel on a variety of services like DirectTV Now, Hulu Live TV, Youtube… Read More

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Amazon’s a la carte TV service, Amazon Channels, adds CBS All Access

 Amazon’s a la carte TV subscription service, Amazon Channels, just added another big name to its lineup. Today, the companies announced that CBS’s over-the-top streaming service, CBS All Access – yes, the home to the new “Star Trek” – will now be available on Amazon Channels. However, only the higher-priced, $9.99/month commercial-free subscription will… Read More

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TiVo debuts its ‘Next-Gen’ platform for pay TV providers looking to fight cord cutting

 TiVo today introduced a new “Next-Gen Platform,” as it’s being called, that will allow pay TV operators to better keep up with the changes in how consumers prefer to watch television today. The platform lets operators offer modern-day features to their customers – like personalization, recommendations, voice control, and more to their managed set-top boxes. It also… Read More

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A week with Hulu with Live TV

 Cord-cutting continues to sweep the nation with 22.2 million U.S. households ditching their cable or satellite TV provider. My beautiful mother was one of those 22.2 million, and she recently replaced her AT&T U-verse cable package with Hulu with Live TV. Over the holidays, I spent the week using Hulu Live alongside my family and noticed a few things that may not be readily apparent to… Read More

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NBC will live stream a record 1,800 hours of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games

 NBC will live stream the 2018 Olympic Winter Games from PyeongChang, South Korea, the company announced today. Its coverage will include 1,800 hours of games – a record for a Winter Olympics. It’s also the first time the Winter Games will offer live streaming of NBC’s broadcast network.
The streaming coverage will include a combination of authenticated TV viewing and… Read More

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Philo ditches sports to introduce a $16 per month live TV service

 Philo, a streaming service backed by cable TV content providers, today launched a low-cost, sports-free live TV service priced at just $16 per month. That’s undercutting today’s live TV streaming rivals, like Sling TV, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV, all of which are more expensive due to the way they’ve crafted their content line-ups. Philo instead… Read More

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HBO launches an over-the-top streaming service in Central Europe

 HBO is launching an over-the-top subscription streaming service in parts of Central Europe, parent company Time Warner announced today. The move will allow viewers in Hungary, Romania, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to stream HBO programming – including its original series, documentaries, movies and more – alongside HBO Europe’s local content. The service will not require… Read More

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