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The 2018 Winter Olympics Have Never Been Easier to Enjoy

Ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, NBC has released some pretty exciting news. For all of the enthusiastic viewers who aren’t able to make the trip to see the games live, there will be an impressive amount of coverage to be witnessed: A record 1,800 hours of coverage, to be exact. Not only will we be able to see even more coverage than ever before for

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Netflix Increasing Prices for the Best Options

It always costs more to get the best of the best, and we’re now seeing Netflix increasing prices to reiterate that statement. Not that it’s an absurd movement by the entertainment giant; I can’t say I’ve ever been upset to see my $11.99 bill each month to enjoy limitless shows and movies at the click of a “Yes, I’m still watching” button. And yet, it’s important that Netflix lovers everywhere

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Everything You Need to Know About Taylor Swift and Spotify

It was the year 2014 when Spotify experienced one of its worst break-ups in celebrity relationship history. We all remember it fondly; it was the day Spotify and Taylor Swift broke up, and when she bravely proclaimed that they were never, ever, ever getting back together. (I knowwww, I know…but can you blame me?) And even though it shook the news for a solid few days, it looks like Taylor

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Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat Produce Original Video Content

Get ready Hulu and Netflix! You may soon compete with top social media channels. Twitter, Facebook, and even Snapchat may produce unique, original video content to stream through their channel. If you follow technology news, most likely you heard of the cord-cutting trend. In a 2016 report from market research company GFK, 25 percent of homes do not watch cable television. This ratio decreases among younger adults aged 18-34, 40

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YouTube TV Set to Join Streaming TV Market

YouTube announced their new YouTube TV service that will offer live television streaming from over 40 channels. The new service will cost subscribers $35 per month. According to YouTube, subscribers will stream ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC & YouTube Red. Subscribers may add premium channels to their base subscription. The service also includes an unlimited cloud-based DVR service for those who cannot catch the live broadcast of their favorite shows. Each

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