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Luis Elizondo

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I'm not an NFL fan but this is good stuff for us cord cutters! 
Are you ready for some football? We are! Starting today, NFL Network will launch nationwide on PlayStation Vue, so you can access NFL coverage 24/7 using PlayStation Vue’s unique streaming features. Also starting today, users who subscribe to a PlayStation Vue plan that includes NFL Network can also subscribe to NFL RedZone.
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Gordon Sroufe

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Has there been anymore information or announcement from Hulu about the proposed streaming service? The last information from May, 2016 is it would be available late fall 2016. It is getting close to fall and nothing.

I want to see what they will offer before I test Sling (pretty much a no for now) and PS Vue.
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I tried Sling and I just can't justify spending $20 or more on 2-3 channels I want to watch.. Hopefully one day we will have someone give us an ala-carte option!
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McGregor and Diaz face off again in UFC 202. Will McGregor earn his redemption? Stream tonight live on the Live Events Viewer app at 7 PM PST. http://play.st/UFC202
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Bryan Lutz

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WatchAir is attempting to reinvent the TV antenna for the modern age using a suite of apps that can stream TV to a number of different devices including your smartphone, and adding the ability to...
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It combines it with an antenna, and if they improve the UI it could be awesome. Tablo's UI is slow and leaves a lot to be desired.
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Hugo R

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NewsON provides live local TV news and previous newscasts from around the US for free.
For Android, Roku , and the Apple TV
I installed It on a cheap $20.00 Android Box and it's playing in HD with no problems.
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Nice :D
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James Sexton

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Before cord cutting, one finds new shows to watch mostly because of commercials.

Once you cut the cord, how do you know what to watch next? With minimal time wasted (Jinni.com used to be GREAT for this).
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word of mouth, my friends and I watch all kinds of stuff and still stay in the loop, the internet too, and there's apps out there too
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Hugo R

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It's crap especially with 1gb
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Jim Jensen

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We’re going to let you in on a little secret but whatever you do, don’t tell your pay TV provider that we told you: with one simple and inexpensive purchase, you can watch all of your f…
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+Jim Barr actually with the exception of movies once the media has been aired they are archived usually in archive.org and once it is you can link to it and share it or watch it free for your self but it takes around 24hrs for it to be archived so no most content on kodi is legal now there are camera recordings of movies and whatever that are not legal but quality so low you will avoid it anyways so your good to go in know I use kodi alot have had the same concerns so I studied up on it before adopting kodi and it's add-ons over cable
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Stuart French

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For the Star Trek fans, there is good news.
http://cnet.co/29OFeOJ
Episodes of the new Trek show will be streamed to viewers around the world the day after their US debut.
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The ad says the day after. 
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Uncle Willie

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After getting sick and tired of shelling out for a second DVR, I turned it back in to Charter .. I have now purchased a capable PC on clearance from Dell and will be beginning my Cut the Cord Journey in Baby Steps ..
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HD Homerun + Mythbuntu for your server, then use RPi3 units as decoders in each one of your TVs. It is a little more elaborate of a setup, but you get full control over your system.
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Stuart French

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A good explanation of cord-cutters problems with NBC's handling of the Olympics

Bloomberg and NBC want to blame the audience for not participating in their content the way they expected them to. But if the results were…
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+Orion Thrower But on that point it's not the commercials that are the issue, at least not directly. Yeah I definitely like not having them if I have the option, but I accept them where they exist. Like on YouTube, I'm ok with not having the ad blocker turned on and seeing a few ads play before the video or in a sidebar (privacy concerns aside). I think NBC's handling of it by not posting online with ads as other companies in other countries have done is troublesome. I'm not against them letting you sign in with a cable provider of you have that, provided that it maybe gives you a better experience. 
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After using Sling for half a football game, my decision is made. I will stick with psvue as the service is far superior in almost every way except for a better choice of packages. Although the $50 psvue price is very affordable.

Sling has issues where the video stalls but the sound keeps playing than the video speeds up to catch up and re sync. Also on the xb1 it has completely shut down on me and returned to the dashboard.
 
Now I have to decide. I have the trial for sling to watch nfl network (ps vue is supposed to have the channel Inbound) and still have ps vue. The other factor is the vue has an awesome cloud dvr and sling has nothing.

So let's see what a week brings
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+Ronald Long
CBS all access? LMMFAO!

ha...it eliminates the need to have a DVR or a computer recording my shows.  It also allows me to freely travel the country and watch my shows when I want to watch them.
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cedrick wilson

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Something to look into.
Recently Turvi TV, a live streaming TV service, just started to pop up here and there on social media with “independent marketing representatives” promoting it in many online groups; however, little is known about Turvi TV at this time. So Cord Cutters News started to dig around for more details. So let’s take a look …
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The more options the better for all viewers
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Brian Hermon

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I need some help. Reception on my HTPC has not been good lately. It normally comes in just fine. This time I think it's due to weather / the meteor showers. Despite that however, I thought you know what I'm going to run the antenna straight into the TV instead of my HTPC. Now reception is night and day better. Literally the only thing I did different was routing the cable from the antenna.

*So what should I do? Do I need to look into a different tuner card? (currently a Hauppauge 2250) Are a TV's built in tuner that much better than my card? I'm not sure how to approach this. Thanks for the help everyone! 
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OTA reception is definitely better in the fall/winter not just because humidity but tree leaf cover etc.

+Michael Freeman  - The key is putting together an antenna setup that is in the 'strong' range vs. the 'normal' range (but without overdriving your tuners) so that seasonal disruptions or interference don't totally tank your signal.

Every once in a while a broadcaster will change their broadcast parameters as well so if there's only one channel that's borked, a channel rescan can sometimes help.
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Russell Roberts

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I was wondering if anyone knows of a digital converter box that has a clock display in the front. I see many boxes selling with LED displays but seems to only offer what channel your on and other information other than the clock.
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cedrick wilson

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PSVue and now Sling.
Dish has added NFL Network to Sling TV, the company’s streaming package of television channels, Variety has confirmed. The league-owned cable channel and the satellite provider on Tuesday res…
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streaming FTW
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Jim Jensen

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Twitter has announced a new deal that’s good news for hockey and baseball fans — starting soon, the social network will livestream out-of-market NHL and MLB games, while a new show from 120 Sports …
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Still bullshit. The cable companies still won't let me see the one team I care about (just because I live in the area).
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Awesome news.
 
NFL Network and NFL RedZone are coming soon to PlayStation Vue. Just in time for the NFL season this fall. http://play.st/2aFojhE
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Danny Meeks

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This is the reason I won't be continuing my netflix subscription as well. The first few years of netflix streaming were great. So many hard to find/cult/older classic movies were available. Those are gone now. And I honestly couldn't care less about netflix originals or all of the straight-to-video shit they have on there now.
It used to be impossible to choose something to watch on Netflix because there were so many great movies and TV shows. But now, it feels like it can be
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They have shows we like but there is only one season. Hulu is better in my opinion.
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cedrick wilson

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Probably just more talking heads but its on its way.
The ambitious new network will kick off with coverage from the Republican National Convention.
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Very interested in this, would like to see an app for Fire TV 
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