I predicted this years ago….. literally…..years ago. Although, Netflix had It’s humble beginnings as serving up content of popular movie studios and networks, giving us movies and TV shows that we love. Now it’s hard to scroll through the options … Continue reading Netflix as a Network
YouTube Red. YouTube’s answer to premium video content — yes, we we’ve seen it coming. So, what is it? And do you need it? YouTube Red is YouTube’s ad-free version of the service that will also allow you to save videos for viewing offline later and allow for background play. The Red subscription is $9.99, which will include subscriptions to Google Play Music All-Access and extends to YouTube Gaming and YouTube Music. In addition, in the future you may expect to see some exclusive content from popular creators appearing in Red. Bottom line: I don’t think that YouTube Red will … Continue reading YouTube Red, What you need to know..
6 years ago, while I was still in college, I officially said goodbye to cable and I’ve never let it rear it’s ugly head again in my household. Why? There are far too many options available on the internet that provide the same level of enjoyment. When you think of TV, you think of something that requires you to sit down at a certain time at a certain interval everyday or every certain scheduled amount of days for you consume some type of event or television show. However, when you think of entertainment in relation to the internet you can … Continue reading Is cutting the cord for you?
Are you considering cutting cable? If so, there are plenty of resources to make the process as painless as possible; I did it and do just fine. With options like Netflix, HuluPlus, Amazon Instant, YouTube and more cutting the expensive cord and gaining a little more control of how you watch television can be a simple process. Cable prices are on the rise, along with everything else in this country. So, why continue to pay for premium channels when 9 times out of 10 your favorite programming is either getting interrupted by commercials or you are being forced to watch … Continue reading Cutting Cable? 1 Million did in 2011