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Streaming Video: Video content can be viewed across any device, including computers, mobile devices, TV, and more.
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Streaming Devices: Any device that is not desktop, laptop, or mobile but is used to view outside content. Examples include Smart TVs, Apple TVs, Chromecast, PlayStation, Xbox, Amazon Fire sticks, Roku, and other streaming devices.
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Roku is the number one streaming media player in the United States and is owned by over 70% of our readers according to a recent survey. New Rokus like Roku TVs are also becoming a runaway success. However, many owners are likely not taking full advantage of everything their Roku has to offer. By: Luke […]
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By: John Dick Article originally published on CivicScience on Jan. 11, 2019. The original article can be found here. It’s no secret that Americans are ditching their cable and satellite services, moving to streaming-only options that promise more choice and lower cost. But the latest CivicScience data suggest that consumers are going to be cutting the cord […]
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DirecTV Now has more top channels than any other live TV service. By: DAVID KATZMAIER Article originally published in CNET Magazine on July 26, 2018. The original article can be found here. With the runaway popularity of on-demand streaming video services like Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Video and Hulu, more people are deciding to stop paying for […]
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Article originally posted on the Yahoo! website here. By: Sarah Perez September 13, 2017 Bad news for traditional pay TV: cord cutting is accelerating at a pace faster than previously estimated. According to a new industry report from eMarketer, there will be 22.2 million cord cutters ages 18 and older this year – a figure that’s […]
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