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Hulu Debuts $40 Per Month Live TV Offering

Hulu has formally started offering the beta version of its live TV service, which provides consumers access to over 50 channels for a price of $39.99 a month. The list of channels will include familiar options such as ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and local affiliates, together with ESPN, CNN, Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, FX, and USA Network, just to name a few content providers. 

HBO Go Is Now Compatible With Apple’s Single Sign-On Feature

The iPhone maker has now included HBO Go to its list of TV streamers that come with support for Apple’s single sign-on feature. For those who want to read the full list, you can head to this official Apple support page, or scroll down below at the end of this post. 

Verizon Brings Exclusive Video Content To Go90 Via A Stake In AwesomenessTV

To bring new and exclusive video content to its Go90 mobile video streaming service, the biggest wireless carrier in the United States is planning to take an estimated 24.5 percent stake in AwesomenessTV, a video company owned by Dreamworks.

MVPD Services You Should Check Out

Since February of last year, at least five virtual multichannel video programming distributor (MVPD) services have been introduced. Granted, some of these are still in their testing stages, but there are a number that are already made widely available for consumers. With an approach that sticks to the basics in delivering video content to customers, these MVPD services look to threaten pay TV services which rely on customer premises equipment (CPE), truck rolls, and credit checks. Let’s take a look at some of them:


Is Comcast Planning To Offer Wireless Services?

Apparently so. As confirmed by Brian Roberts, the chief executive officer of Comcast, during a quarterly earnings conference just recently, one of the big names in cable television is indeed planning to launch a wireless service born of its agreement with Verizon Wireless back about four years ago. 


Samsung Outfits Its Smart TVs With Samsung Pay

Samsung is now attempting to make buyers of Smart TVs to pay for items via the tech giant’s own mobile payment system, Samsung Pay


Did Hulu Just Turn The Apple Watch Into A Remote Control?

While many businesses are still trying to figure out how best to take advantage of the release of the Apple Watch (especially in terms of how they can come up with an app that can exploit the Apple smartwatch’s capabilities), Hulu has found its answer, and it is quite interesting to say the least.

Sony Adds A La Carte TV to Playstation Vue

This year's E3 expo has turned out to be an exciting event for gamers around the world. The video game event has given fans of every console and video game company something exciting to look forward to in the upcoming year. Sony's E3 event was especially noteworthy this year. Not only did the entertainment juggernaut announce exciting new games and a remake of a beloved classic, but they also announced Playstation Vue.


Customer Satisfaction Level With Wireless, Web, TV Services Lowest In 7 Years, Per Survey

As a general rule, people are never 100 percent happy with any service. Wireless, Internet, and TV service are no exception to this. But according to a very recent survey, it appears that consumers of these types of services scored the lowest satisfaction level in seven years. 


Charter Buys Time Warner Cable and Bright House

Cable company Charter Communications announced on Tuesday that it plans to buy Time-Warner Cable along with Bright House Networks in a deal valued at $55 billion. If approved, the move would make Charter a larger and more competitive media company in America, bringing television, Internet, and phone service to one in six homes.