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I Stream, You Stream
How to set up an Amazon Fire TV streaming media player
How to set up a Roku streaming media player
Hulu’s Got Game
- Golden Girls deal (AdWeek)
- Disney deal (Streaming Observer)
- The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu website)
- Individual profiles (Engadget)
- Hulu Live TV Preview (Business Insider)
- Streaming beats downloads (Reuters)
- Vinyl comeback (The Guardian)
- 2017 forecast (Fast Company)
Alexa rocks CES
- List of Alexa-enabled products (Fast Company)
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While there may be reception issues for some I find that Hulu is going to introduce their own live streaming service for $40 month a reverse logic for those (like myself) who cut out the TV cable portion of our ISP to save money each month. If your TV has a digital tuner and your not out in the middle of nowhere, then an HD TV antenna is the way to go.
Elizabeth Kricfalusi says
Sorry for the delay in replying. I don’t get many comments at The Lounge, so I wasn’t checking for them as regularly as I should have.
You’re right that an HD antenna is a great option, but it does have limitations. If someone wants to watch more than the main broadcast networks, they’ll need some sort of streaming service if they don’t have cable anymore. And since some people’s cable bills are well over $200/month, $40/month would still seem like a real bargain!
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