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Pureflix The Christian Focused Netflix Clone Launches

This post is a guest post from Christopher Hutton is a freelance journalist who writes on the intersection of religion, technology and culture.  He blogs over at digital-faith.com. You can find Chris on Twitter at @chris_journo. Pureflix is the recently acquired streaming service from Christian film company Pureflix. Pureflix is currently one of the larger […]

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The Cord Cutting Show Episode 10 – Kodi, Roku Dominates, Alibaba, A La Carte Channels, and More!

We are now on YouTube! Episode #10 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: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cordcutterss-podcast/id986117164 Or you can subscribe with our RSS feed here: http://cordcutters.libsyn.com/rss You can download the MP3 here: […]

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Netflix Releases Their New Web Site

It is official Netflix new web site is now available! No longer do you have to switch between pages, everything is now all in one place. Clicking on a show opens up a drop down menu that shows you the description and other details about the0 show or movie. No longer do you need to […]

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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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Why Different Streaming Services Have Different Versions of The Same Movie

“Star Trek” is now on several streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant. The catch is there are different versions on each streaming service. For example, Netflix has the original version of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” in standard definition (SD). Amazon Prime Instant has “Star Trek: The Next Generation” in a re-mastered version […]

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