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Sling TV Today Officially Adds CSNs

Just in time for MLB’s Opening Day, Sling TV today announced that Sling Blue customers in the Bay Area, Sacramento, Chicago and Mid-Atlantic markets now have access to CSNs. Customers these markets will see CSN Bay Area, CSN California, CSN Chicago or CSN Mid-Atlantic in their channel guide starting today, at no additional cost. With Sling […]

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Here is Everything Leaving Netflix in Early April 2017

Looks like a lot of big name shows are leaving Netflix soon. Including big fox titles like The X-Files, House M.D, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Firefly. April 1st Ally Mcbeal – 5 Seasons (2001) Angel – 5 Seasons (2003) Arrested Development – Season 1 – 3 Barbie Life in the Dreamhouse – 1 Season The Buccaneers […]

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Netflix Brings HDR Support to More TVs & Now Supports Linux

Yesterday Netflix made several big announcements from new HDR support to Linux support. The first big announcement is that Netflix is now available on Linux devices running Firefox. Yesterday Netflix rolled out its HTML5 video player on its website, which will support Firefox running on Linux devices. Now you can stream your favorite Netflix show […]

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Apple Updates iTunes & Improves Movie Rentals

Today Apple updated iTunes to 12.6, and added the “rent once, watch anywhere” feature that lets movie renters watch movie rentals on any iPhone or iPad running iOS 10.3 or Apple TVs running tvOS 10.2. Those operating system versions have yet to move out of beta, suggesting a launch in the next few days. In the […]

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PlayStation Vue Adds MLB Network

Today PlayStation Vue gave some great news for MLB fans. Starting today the MLB Network launches on PlayStation Vue. This will give PlayStation Vue subscribers access to 40 regular season MLB games just in the month of April 2017. You also get access to many preseason MLB games on the MLB Network as we get ready […]

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The Fire TV is Getting an Updated User Interface

Last December, Amazon rolled out a new user interface for Fire TV. Now Amazon is getting ready to roll out a new update to the Fire TV home screen. This new update will have a new row called “Recommended By Your Apps.” This row will show content recommendations that your app sends, assuming the customer has your app […]

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