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Hulu Says Goodbye to Viacom Shows

Looking to watch the latest episode of “The Daily Show” or “Bar Rescue”? Well don’t try your luck on Hulu. It looks like Viacom’s deal with Hulu has ended and they stopped uploading new episodes to the video service this week, and is now telling viewers on Twitter to catch Trevor Noah’s latest on its website instead. […]

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Apple is Working On a New Apple TV

Apple is reportedly working on a new Apple TV that will support 4K content. According to a report from Bloomberg. Apple could launch this fifth-generation Apple TV as soon as this year, with support for “more vivid colors.” That improvement in color reproduction could be related to high dynamic range (HDR), a feature that is becoming popular on […]

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5 FREE Fire TV Apps Every Cord Cutter Should Try

Here are my personal hand picked top 5 FREE Fire TV Apps that everyone should try. #1 Pluto TV From Pluto TV: Watch free TV on your Fire TV. Download now to enjoy news, sports, movies, music, TV shows, viral videos, cartoons and so much more of the entertainment you love. Kick back with tons of exclusive […]

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The 2017 Cord Cutting Guide to Major League Baseball

The 2017 Major League Baseball season is getting started as training camps kick off this week with pitchers arriving. The good news is for the first time cord cutters have unprecedented access to MLB games. So here is our cord cutting guide to MLB: MLB Network Currently only DIRECTV NOW offers the MLB Network. Regional Sports Network […]

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ESPN Makes Major Cutbacks at ESPN2

ESPN has long been one of the most profitable cable TV channels. Now it seems to be the hardest hit as the way Americans view content changes. Back in 1993 ESPN decided to build off its success by launching ESPN2. ESPN2 focused on more youthful content with the goal of building the next generation of […]

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