AT&T loses 897K more pay TV subscribers in Q1 2020, adding pressure to HBO Max launch

AT& T opened a first look into how the money Tv business is faring amid the coronavirus pandemic…and it’s not immense. The company reported today as a part of its Q1 2020 earnings that its traditional offer Tv business, including…

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The Pandemic Can Taint the Memory of Things We Love

Ever hear an old-fashioned song or catch a whiff of a specific aroma and get lost in a remembrance? For Tony Cunningham, the smells of fresh-cut grass and puppy food conjure “a vivid, visceral reaction of get you back at…

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The Rise and Limits of Hashtag TV

Hashtags are portals to the infinite. Consider how #Travelgram is a window into far-flung shores, a cosmetically filtered catalog that’s sure to cause the slightest tinge of resentment. Or how #TBT invites minutes of collective nostalgia. Others, like #OscarsSoWhite, galvanize…

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Everyone Is Watching Code 8 on Netflixand That’s a Big Deal

On the surface, Code 8 is essentially a grab bag of sci-fi and genre tropes. To rephrase Bill Hader’s Stefon, this movie has everything: superpowered X-Men-esque mutants, dystopian surveillance hums, robocops that look like Chappie after a glow-up, an parable…

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Weatherman Brightens Up Peoples Days By Letting His Pets Hang Out In The Background During Broadcasts

It seems that in light of the story coronavirus pandemic, parties are noticing the little things in life more and more. Thankfully, they usually don’t preserve those little lights of sunshine to themselves, but rather turn to social media and…

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Amazon Prime Video is streaming kids movies and TV for free, no Prime membership required

Amazon is making a selection of family-friendly and programme for kids available for free streaming on Prime Video as a result of the COVID-1 9 health crisis, which has beings caught at home. The content is open for all Amazon…

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What to Watch While Stuck at Homeand How to Stream It

Whether you’re officially quarantined or simply self-isolating, you’re likely lodge at home with a fair amount of age on your hands–and hopeles to be entertained. Let’s face it: Working from residence means you need to fill the void of the…

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NBCUs Peacock streaming service adds hundreds of hours of A&E shows

Peacock, NBCU’s upcoming streaming service, is expanding its unscripted lineup thanks to a new deal with A& E Networks. The licensing alliance will allow NBCU to stream hundreds of hours of A& E and History’s most popular demonstrates, including” First…

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Woman Who Went Viral For Singing Shallow On The Subway Appears On Ellen To Sing It Again And Slays It

It’s probably safe to say that in this age of the Internet, a superstar is born once every got a couple of minutes but for that ace to keep shining and fetching rapture to parties all over the world for…

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Locally Grown Is PBS for the Streaming Age

This is what channel-surfing used to be, what it ought to be. Tune in and the first depot is airing Pressure, Horace Ove’s tough-minded 1976 movie about London youth and ethnic disenchantment. It’s a rather obscure handout, but too a…

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