Netflix Looks To Europe For Continued Growth

Over-the-top video is quickly becoming the premiere way that Americans choose to consume their content, but the trend is also quickly spreading across the pond. Europe is seeing a massive growth in OTT programming popularity, driven in no small part by Netflix. Netflix has successfully dominated the US video market and has now set their […]

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Roku Announces Impressive 2016 Numbers

OTT boxes are quickly becoming the new standard for the way Americans consume their television content. The popularity of Roku has been no secret, most people know someone who owns, and loves, their Roku player. The popularity and success of Roku is anecdotal no more as Roku recently announced record numbers. In December of 2016 […]

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The Millennial Male Legacy? Cord Cutting

A new survey published in February 2017 by Videology found unexpected results about paid-television services and the demographics that support them. As it turns out, millennial men are cutting the cord and leaving traditional television services behind in record numbers. According to the report, just one-third of millennial men expect to pay for cable television […]

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Comcast Brings Its Tech ETA Feature To The Masses

The arrival windows that service technicians give customers are notoriously long, and over time that has had a severely negative impact on customer satisfaction. No company knows this better than Comcast, who has been working hard to reverse a rather negative reputation around their customer service. Comcast recently released a new tool that is designed […]

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DISH Network CEO Discusses The Rise Of Streaming Video

Major cable and satellite providers tend to stick to the traditional party line that over-the-top (OTT) services, like DirecTV Now and Sling TV, are being designed to supplement traditional television devices, not replace them. While that may have been the initial intention, the market has shown that consumers are starting to prefer OTT services over […]

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Fox Sports Brings VR Support To March Madness

March Madness in 2017 is going to be a different experience for those watching at home thanks to Fox Sports and LiveLike. The two companies, with the help of Jeep as a sponsor, have teamed up to deliver a virtual-reality (VR) experience for the popular college basketball tournament. The offering is technically a part of […]

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AT&T Brings Unlimited Data To All

AT&T has finally caught up with its rival providers and begun offering unlimited-data plans to customers who do not also have a paid-TV service like DirecTV or U-Verse. The new plan was announced earlier in February and will offer unlimited text, talk and data on four lines for $180 a month (the same price point […]

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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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