Author Archive | Luke Bouma


Here is Everything Coming to Netflix in May 2017

Available 5/1/17 American Experience: The Big Burn (2014) American Experience: The Boys of ’36 (2017) Anvil! The Story of Anvil (2008) Blood on the Mountain (2016) Chaahat (1996) Chocolat (2000) Decanted (2016) Don’t Think Twice (2016) Drifter (2017) Forrest Gump (1994) Happy Feet (2006) In the Shadow of Iris—NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM Love (2015) Losing Sight of […]

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YouTube Kids Comes to the Big Screen

If your family loves YouTube Kids, we have good news for you. Google has started to roll out the YouTube Kids app to smart TVs. In the past YouTube Kids, the Google app that is made to be a safe place for kids to surf YouTube, has been for phones and tablets only (with the […]

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5 Cord Cutting Trends to Watch From NAB

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas is winding down, and this year a lot of the talk was around cord cutting (or OTT as they call it). So let’s take a look at the five biggest cord cutting stories from NAB. #1 Over-the-Air TV 3.0 The new 3.0 standard for over-the-air […]

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Twitter Has Big Plans for FREE Live Video

It seems Twitter has found a new business model that they can make money off of. Twitter plans to show live sports, news and entertainment videos in its apps and desktop site 24/7. It recently lost the right to broadcast NFL games to Amazon, but it’s apparently they have not given up and are “working on many, […]

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Netflix Has a New Plan to Fund Their Original Content

Netflix has long been tired of fighting with content owners to get rights to stream shows on Netflix. A few months ago Netflix announced plans to make half of its catalog Netflix-owned original shows and movies. This move will allow Netflix to have more control over its content and not have to count on partners […]

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Uverse TV Lost 23% of Its Subscribers in 2016

It seems AT&T’s Uverse had a bad start to the year, but the news is not all bad for AT&T. This week AT&T reported its 1st quarter 2017 numbers and although Uverse TV lost over 23% of its subscribers compared to the start of 2016 , DIRECTV saw an over 4% jump in subscriber numbers. […]

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