Comcast Rolls Out New Stream TV App

Comcast is finally updating their Xfinity TV mobile device app with a new one called Xfinity Stream. The new app isn’t just delivering a new user-interface but a multitude of new features for Xfinitiy subscribers including: live-TV access, on-demand programming, DVR recordings, filtering content with critical scores as well as Common Sense Media ratings, and […]

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Facebook Moves To The Big Screen

Facebook is ready to be an even bigger part of your everyday life as it makes its move into living rooms everywhere with a new television application. While Facebook did, in fact, release a feature that allows users to stream Facebook content from their phone to their television last year, this new application will expand […]

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The Key To A Successful Television Subscription Company? Customer Service.

Customer service and cable television have rarely been used together to form a positive sentence. However, a new study shows that customer service just might be the key to a successful television subscription company. Conversely, poor customer service seems to have a negative effect on subscriber retention rates. A new survey by Paywizard found that […]

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Amazon Prime Video Doubles Viewing Hours

Amazon Prime continues to set the bar for subscription based shopping perks. The relatively cheap membership provides subscribers with exclusive sales, free two-day shipping and access to Amazon’s Prime video content. In the past, the free video content seemed like an afterthought–many Prime subscribers didn’t even realize that that was included in their membership! Times […]

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Millennials and Video: Love To Watch It, Hate To Pay For It

The millennial generation has proven to be a troublesome one for the video content industry. That’s not because millennials are not consuming video content, quite the contrary–millennials love video content and consume it at a rapid rate. However, they hate paying for it. A recent study confirmed the fears of many industry professionals: most 18-to-34-year-olds […]

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