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Daniel Luck

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If you're a fan of South Korean Anime, then you may like Pororo The Little Penguin, Tayo The Little Bus and Chiro.

Pororo is probably the most famous of the trio of programs. Pororo follows the exploits of the little penguin and his friends. Tayo and Chiro are also from the same South Korean production company. Stories are short and entertaining while music Is catchy. Great for kids of all ages.

The full seasons of Pororo, Tayo and Chiro are available on Hulu on variety of devices. Channels with content are also available for free on YouTube Kids App for iOS and Android.
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Jon Labbe

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Huge news! Marvell and Sony get together...at last! Not exactly cordcutter news, but with the movie draft and content segments , this is bound to come up!
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Mike Shoultz

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I'm considering purchasing an Android TV Box. At the top of my list is the onD Pro by Stream Team. Unfortunately they're out of stock. While at the county fair, I came across a booth that is selling what they call the "Amazing TV-Box". It's an Android TV Box with basically everything preloaded (KODI, etc) http://www.amazingtvbox.com. The hardware specs are the same as the onD Pro but the price is about $100 more. Should I wait for the onD Pro to come back in stock or spend the extra money on this other box? Also, I can't seem to find any reviews or info other than their own site. If anyone has some experience with this Amazing TV Box I would love to hear your opinion. I'm also open to other product suggestions if you have a favorite.
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I recommend the Nvidia Shield Pro, especially if you or anyone else in the household is a gamer:
http://shield.nvidia.com/store/android-tv

I have the Shield Tablet and often use it as part of my home entertainment system. It does a fantastic job, and the new Shield Pro is a pretty nice spec upgrade over the tablet. Also, if you're concerned about OS updates, Nvidia has been one of the best Android OEMs in that regard. 
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Ron Carlson

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So goes porn, so goes the internet. Will Porn Time deliver the winning stroke in the war for P2P dominance? It's well equipped to do so.
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Ron Carlson

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cCloud is the latest pirate IPTV service to grab cord cutter attention. As of this writing, cCloud’s appeal is about promise rather than actual delivery
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When the Buffalo Bills play the Jacksonville Jaguars in London this October, there will be a lot more than either team's bragging rights riding on the game.
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Roy Delgado

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Here comes the official announcement on Showtime Internet only service. $11 a month. Apple exclusive for now. Starting in July. Anyone interested? I'm going to pass.
 
Showtime Debuts A Standalone Streaming Service Aimed At Cord Cutters
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This is even less interesting than HBO now. At least it is cheaper I guess. 
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Charter says customer care will only get better if its bid for Time Warner Cable goes through, but critics have their doubts
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For Android TV, 2015 could turn out to be a breakout year -- at least that's what Google hopes. But how does the search giant plan to reach those heights
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Ron Carlson

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Getting your money's worth from your broadband ISP? Here's another way to put them to the test!
Competition is a good thing™ and there is competition in the broadband speed test space, including the just updated DSLReports speed test
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Jon Labbe

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You Can Now Add Showtime to Your Hulu Subscription for $9. Not Bad!

http://gizmodo.com/you-can-now-add-showtime-to-your-hulu-subscription-for-1713391677
The a la carte TV options are expanding. If you’re a Hulu subscriber paying $8 per month, you can add Showtime for another $9 now, which is cheaper than Showtime’s recently announced $11 standalone option.
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+Jason Muffenbier Yeah, that stinks. But Ive gotten use to it. Without too many options to see current TV, its what I got! Still sounds decent on my system even on 2 channel.
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Daniel Luck

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On Father's Day, I took my daughter to Sunday School (I usually take her anyhow).

The classroom is filled with kids that are 3-4 years old.

One boy says: "Our TV at Home is broken."

I ask: "What's wrong with it?"

The boy answers: "It's not connected to the Internet."

I found this amazing since I've been Cord Cutting since 2007 (less than 10 years) so it's fairly recent trend that's only accelerating.

Our children are small but they already grown up with Cord Cutting and Tablets.
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Ron Carlson

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Choice is a special kind of choice all its own…
Citizens of San Francisco have a problem that I would like to be vexed with — broadband competition gives them multiple broadband ISPs
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This might be the start of something big...
We still haven't progressed to TiVo's cloud DVR future, but the company is jumping ahead with the launch of TiVo Online. That is the name of its new web
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if you want info on ripping tivo programs,  email me at tinkertoytech at live dot com
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So what do you guys make of this?
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Its great for countries with no Netflix Hulu and where the International channels are 3 seasons behind on every episode
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Cord cutting gets better every day… What will be the last show on cable?
CBS continues its aggressive streaming push with the July availability of its Showtime premium channel as a streaming service exclusively on Apple TV
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bryant thompson

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I'm using a convoluted pile of open source and paid software to d/l, decode, remove copy guard, computer based ad skip and remove, then re stiych the video, encode to mp4 video.  is anyone else doing this?   I'm compiling a Plex library for when I lose cable,  I hope to have a year or so of tv ripped from the cable whist I totally convert to cutting the cord
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http://www.playon.tv/playlater

One other note. I've found customer support has a nasty habit of blaming the user when their product doesn't work.
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You don't exist until Wikipedia says you do…
While regular Fairer Platform readers have been hearing about cord cutting since at least February 2013, Wikipedia volunteers have only just posted a page
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Cord cutting has changed TV forever

Eight out of the top ten shows are available without cable. Some can be seen with an OTA antenna, and others are available only online. Even more shows can be viewed with services like Hulu, Sling TV, and Amazon. Not having cable no longer means missing out on the new must-see show. As services, such as Netflix, continue to have a large audience for shows like “House of Cards,” more shows will be released online only.
Cord cutting is here to stay! Already, it has changed how we view television and movies for good. Let’s consider the impact cord cutting has had on the television and film industries. Movies Are Released on DVD/Streaming More Quickly Ten years ago, we had to wait six-to-ten months for a film to be released on …
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Ron Enderland

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I pay Cox for internet service (only). However, on a lark, I decided to connect the cable to my TV. I discovered a roughshod collection of about 80 channels, including a few in nice high-def!
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To be honest, the only time I've looked at them is when my nephew's touring pro (he's a caddy) has contended this year, twice.

Burt for the record, if I have something delivered to my home free of change, it's not stealing if I use it. I certainly don't have any reason to gripe should it go away, though.
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