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Author: Jess Hutton

HBO and Time Warner Make a Bold Move

by | Oct 15, 2014 | Industry News | 0 

In the news this morning, the incredibly popular HBO channel announced its intention to offer a standalone, web-only service in 2015. While this gets many cable lovers fantasizing about cutting cable TV out of the bill without losing their weekly fix of “Game of Thrones,” there are implications behind this announcement that may end up […]

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FCC Supports “Football on Free TV” – NFL Does Not

by | Sep 30, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 

Early this morning, the FCC unanimously voted to do away with the 40-year old blackout rule. The rule blocked local audiences if the stadium didn’t sell a certain percentage of tickets within 72 hours of the game. While this sounds like a win for sports fans, there’s more to the story than news results are […]

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“Gotham” An Empty Crime Drama Behind Batman’s Mask?

by | Aug 26, 2014 | Entertainment | 0 

The crowning jewel of FOX’s season lineup, “Gotham,” premiers September 22 and takes viewers behind the mask of the Batman franchise and its characters. The show offers a perspective never before captured by the movies or TV shows, which is exciting for all Batman fanatics. But it is troublesome too, as we worry it won’t […]

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What Happened to Boxee TV?

by | Jun 25, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 

Ever heard of Boxee TV? If so, you may remember its brief claim to fame in the video streaming market. And if not, you’re not alone. Although Boxee did see some success in its heyday, that success was short-lived. The company ran privately for six years and then was bought out by Samsung. What is […]

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Breaking Down Chromecast and How It All Works

by | Jun 20, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 

Google’s Chromecast takes a different approach to the video streaming craze that has hit in the past decade. More people are utilizing streaming services, so companies are looking to capitalize on this growing trend. Google, not to be outdone, released its answer to streaming set-top boxes: a thumb-sized, “over-the-top” option called Chromecast. How Does Chromecast […]

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What is Roku?

by | Apr 18, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 

What is Roku? The Roku streaming player is an open source platform available to developers and content providers alike. It offers more than 1,200 channels of entertainment ranging from movies and television shows, a world of professional and amateur sports, outdoors and fitness programs, religious and spirituality offerings, and tons of family and children’s entertainment, […]

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The Scoop on Cable Companies in Your Area

by | Apr 4, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 

Whether you just moved or are interested in new cable service, it can be very frustrating trying to find a TV and internet package you’re happy with. Local governments are allowed to limit home services like cable to one provider per zip code. That explains why you only see ads for one brand, right? What […]

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Michael Schumacher and the Future of F1

by | Apr 2, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 

Things have gotten a bit bumpy for Formula One fans these past couple of months. Michael Schumacher’s skiing accident and ensuing head injury has forced many lovers of the sport to face the music and accept he will likely never make another return from retirement. Paired with the major regulation changes to the sport put […]

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Prepaid Wireless Internet

by | Feb 6, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 

Having wireless Internet at home is a blessing – especially if you’re the type of person that’s online a lot. But there’s always a chance that even though you need (or maybe just want) wireless Internet, you hate the idea of paying the setup fees and committing to a monthly payment. While there are usually […]

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Wireless Internet Booster

by | Feb 5, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 

Every single house or apartment has that one spot. You know the spot I’m talking about, it’s the one that no matter how many times you’ve read the instruction manual and no matter how many times you’ve repositioned your router, your wireless connection still doesn’t reach. There’s never a logical reason for it, but your […]

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