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How traditional TV networks' resistance gave birth to a la carte pay TV

”TV networks have fiercely resisted selling their services individually; but in doing so, they’ve allowed something better to blossom,” Jared Newman writes for TechHive.

“Most people wouldn’t categorize Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, or Hulu as a la carte channels. 204 more words


Amazon's Stunningly Progressive Children's Shows Are the Streaming Site's Hidden Gems

When Amazon Instant Video started introducing original TV series into its streaming library for Prime members, the most attention was (naturally) paid to its adult offerings: darkly whimsical… 967 more words


Amazon Prime Instant Video Adds Limited Support For HDR

Amazon announced today that it has rolled out, in limited fashion, support for HDR (high dynamic range) on Amazon Instant Video. It will initially only offer HDR videos to Amazon Prime members in the U.S., and only for one full series: the Amazon Original “Mozart in the Jungle.” In addition, HDR is available for the pilot episode of the Amazon Original “Red Oaks.” The move makes Amazon the first video service to offer titles in this enhanced visual format, the company notes, though Netflix has also committed to expanding support for HDR video in 2015, beginning with its own original series “Marco Polo.” 538 more words


So, my television viewing is just as eclectic as my writing...

You guys know by now that when I write, I am all over the place. That is because I have a million things on my mind all of the time and I want to say or do all of them at once. 398 more words

5 Reasons Why You Should Invest in the Amazon Fire TV

There are so many different TV’s available in today’s world all carrying different features for all customer’s with different needs. One TV or set up box that’s worth mentioning is Amazon Fire TV. 205 more words


Amazon's Knocked-Up Romantic Comedy 'Catastrophe' Is Effortlessly Charming

“A terrible thing has happened. Let’s make the best of it,” Rob (Rob Delaney) tells Sharon (Sharon Horgan) early in Catastrophe, and it’s a line that sets the tone for the rest of the series: bleakly funny, with a mixture of pessimism and optimism that deftly work together to boost the humor. 514 more words