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Sony Vue TV To Add A La Carte TV Channels Soon

Yesterday at E3, Sony announced their Playstation TV service called Vue TV is expanding to San Francisco and Los Angeles. More importantly, Sony announced that they will be offering a la carte TV service in select cities. There is currently no release date or further details, but you will need to be in one of […]

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The Cord Cutting Show Episode #9 – WWDC, Fox Sports Go, Kodi, Fire TV, Diggnation, Showtime, and more…

Episode #9 of The Cord Cutting Show is now online! AFTVnews, CordCuttersNews, and TheStreamingAdvisor have teamed up to bring you a weekly podcast about cord cutting. You can find us on iTunes here: Or you can subscribe with our RSS feed here: You can download the MP3 here: Today’s Hosts: Elias from […]

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35,000 Americans Cancel Cable TV Every Month

A recent report from the Evercore ISI investment firm showed cable companies lost over 35,000 subscriber every month in the first quarter of 2015. The only bright spot for paid TV is Telco TV providers, like CenturyLink and Verizon, which added customers; however, even accounting for that, the industry as a whole lost over 13,000 […]

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Pluto TV Comes to Chromecast

Pluto TV is a service that takes YouTube content and turns it into channels based on different subjects, allowing you to hit play and sit back on your couch without having to pick a new video every few minutes. Recently, Pluto TV updated their Android and iOS apps to support Chromecast, and it works really […]

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Apple Failed To Even Mention Apple TV At WWDC15.

Are you a Apple TV fan and had hoped the rumors of a new Apple TV would come true today? Sadly Apple didn’t even mention Apple TV during their Keynote at WWDC15. There was also no mention or even hints to a Apple cable killing service. A service that has been long rumored to be […]

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Streaming Services Move to Block Smart DNS and VPN Users

This week, Sling TV joined a growing list of services, including HBO Now, that are blocking Smart DNS users from their service. Over the last few days, we heard from several people complaining about being blocked by Sling TV complaints supported by copies of emails from Sling TV: Smart DNS services allow non-U.S. residents access […]

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Sling TV Launches “Sling Latino” with Top Spanish Channels, Country-Specific Options

Sling TV is launching the “Sling Latino” brand, a live and on demand, over-the-top streaming service, giving Spanish-speaking and bilingual viewers more choice in TV content. Starting today, viewers can select from two base packages, “Paquete Total” (22 channels for $12 per month) or “Paquete Esencial” (16 channels for $7 per month), each with live […]

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For the first time ever, SHOWTIME will be offered over the internet as a stand-alone streaming service launching in early July, with Apple as its first partner. The stand-alone service will be called SHOWTIME, a brand already embraced by consumers as the home for cutting-edge original programming, sports and movies. The launch of SHOWTIME will coincide with the new seasons of the critically-acclaimed, hit series […]

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Netflix Starts Testing Pre-Roll Ads

UPDATE: The CEO of Netflix Reed Hastings just posted on his personal Facebook account that there will be no ads on Netflix. He did go on to add that Netflix is “Just adding relevant cool trailers for other Netflix content you are likely to love.” So here is the question is a unskippable “trailer” that […]

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