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May 15, 2019

Netflix saves our kids from up to 400h of advertisements, study finds

Netflix has changed TV consumption behavior all around the world, but first and foremost in the US. It enabled many households to become cord cutters, turning their backs on traditional cable TV and relying on internet services like Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu, YouTube TV, and others instead. The advantage with many of these is that they have no or barely any advertisement, compared to regular TV. This has implications on kids in these households, too, saving them from up to 400 hours of ads a year.

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March 29, 2019

HDHomeRun’s TV service for cord-cutters is shutting down

It’s only been a few months since HDHomeRun launched its $35 per month Premium TV service, but now the company has emailed customers to announce it’s shutting down. Cord Cutters News posted the email, which informed subscribers that it would work unt…
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November 6, 2018

How to Watch the Midterm Election Coverage Live on YouTube, Facebook, VR, and More

Today is Election Day in America, and it’s probably going to be a very long night as the results come in from across the country. If you’re interested in watching the 2018 midterm election coverage there are plenty of options available online, no cable required. And we’ve got them all below.

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