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Hulu Review

Hulu Review Hulu is one of the most versatile video-on-demand (VOD) streaming services on the market, with packages that include live TV streaming and on-demand services. Hulu lets you tailor your viewing experience with channel add-ons, multiple package-types, and upgraded DVR storage. It serves as a hub for various TV networks offering popular titles like “30 ...

CES 2020: Quibi Makes its Case for a Mobile-Centric Streaming Platform

New content-streaming company Quibi (pronounced like “kwibby”) is here at CES 2020 to showcase why it thinks there’s room for even more players in the streaming industry. One key selling point: content created with mobile devices in mind. So while Netflix, NBCUniversal, Disney and others are mostly focused on delivering traditional movies and TV shows, ...

CES 2020: NBCUniversal Stresses Quality Over Quantity As Streaming Wars Heat Up

The streaming wars will only get more complicated this year and NBCUniversal used its stage time at CES 2020 to make the case that quality, not quantity will be the defining factor for its success as people consume content in increasingly diverse ways. We followed along via livestream, appropriately enough, to see what the company ...

CES 2020: Intel Talks Foldable PCs, Streaming Video, and Virtual Cameras

Chipmaker Intel’s CES 2020 media event featured a solid balance of strategic partnership talk, news on new and upcoming consumer products, and a few quick teases of fancy future tech.  The company’s partnership talks included a visit from Netflix Director of Encoding Technologies Anne Aaron. Onstage, she discussed last year’s agreement between the two companies ...

The Best Services and Subscriptions to Give Someone This Holiday Season

The best gifts are often the ones that just keep on giving – which is exactly why gifting a subscription service is so great. Streaming services, subscription boxes, memberships and more all make great gifts, so we’ve rounded up some of our favorites to get everyone on your list (including yourself).  Whether you sign the ...

What is admitme.tv, the Super Exclusive and Secretive Invite-Only Streaming Service?

The TV streaming war is upon us, but not every name in the fight is a household one. There’s a little-known streaming service that goes by the name Admitme.tv, a secretive and reportedly restrictive streaming platform known by some internet users for its expansive library and exclusive memberships. If you’ve never heard of it, you’re ...

PlayStation Vue is the First Casualty in the TV Streaming War

On October 29, 2019, Sony announced it’ll be shutting down its PlayStation Vue streaming service at the end of January 2020. Sony cites the “highly competitive Pay TV industry, with expensive content and network deals,” as the reason it’s closing the service. Sony had been raising its prices incrementally over the years in an attempt to match ...

Sling TV Review

Sling TV Review Sling TV is a video streaming service that provides a cable alternative to cord-cutters. Sporting live broadcast and national networks, Sling TV lets you customize your channel line up. Sling TV offers three unique packages: Sling Orange, Sling Blue, and Sling Orange & Blue. However, Sling Orange & Blue is the only ...

8 Reasons to Use Streaming for a Budget Workout

Americans are as busy and sedentary as ever, with technology increasingly connecting the various components of their lives. Exercising in this age of connectedness requires great will power and determination, despite its general importance to people’s health. Along with the obvious benefits of exercise and an active lifestyle are an enhanced emotional wellbeing and even ...

Streaming Royalties and the Starving Artist: How Musicians Make Money

If you’ve actually purchased music lately, it’s likely more for style than function. The vinyl revival has kept the vintage format of buying music steadily increasing. But CD players aren’t cool anymore, and why buy a digital album when you can stream it the same way for free? Today, the majority of today’s music revenue ...

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