Ryan Michael Downey
Netflix has been one of the loudest voices for net neutrality since the rules were struck down and is now becoming one of the strongest voices for changing the entire model of the Internet as we know it. The company which has been fighting a public relations war with ISP’s like Comcast and Verizon over accusations of throttling (slowing down connection speeds for the service) in order to degrade its signal has even gone as far as to roll out experimental messages aimed at customers informing them that the reason their latest video binge session has been interrupted was due to the shoddy connection speeds provided by their ISP’s and not the online Read the rest of this entry »
Ryan Michael Downey
Hulu Plus for Roku had a major update that changed how users search for topics as well as some interesting visual differences. Our video shows how these changes will affect current and future Hulu Plus customers like you going forward. Will the changes be difficult to adjust to or make for a better experience? Continue to view the video.
The Roku app for IOS has been updated making the app both easier to use as well as give it a more native feel. The app holds on to the popular picture and video sharing capabilities Play On Roku and added a new way to find and add channels and more. Many Roku owners prefer using the smart phone app instead of the physical remote due to the convenience and the mere fact that most people always have their phone nearby or even because the remote found its way to safety between some cushions. The changes simplify finding content Read the rest of this entry »
Hulu Plus on Roku just got a face lift. If you enjoy Hulu Plus but found navigating its choices daunting you may be pleased to know that Hulu thought so too. The tentpole streaming service has changed its look from time to time but it’s latest update is more streamlined and easy to use than than past iterations. From new Read the rest of this entry »
There are 15 more channels on Roku this week. The new entries include martial arts, outdoor adventure and an exciting new fantasy sports channel. There are some great additions and some that need a little more content. Take a look at our quick hits and add the ones that strike you.
Ryan Michael Downey
Never miss a swing
Tiger Woods showed his stripes Thursday shooting 3 under 69 in a great first day at the British Open. This year fans watching on ESPN 3 will not have to wait for the TV producers to find Tiger on the course because fans watching on the Internet based offering will be able to see Tiger hit the long ball, put and dig out of the rough swing by swing. From the grousing to the fist pumping Golf fans will be able to experience it all. Woods is pretty much the beginning and end of golf ratings and ESPN is trying to cash in. At the same time ESPN may boost use of the service and show its true potential.
How Do you Watch ESPN 3
ESPN 3 can be accessed via numerous streaming platforms including Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, Android TV, Google TV and via computers all through the watch ESPN app and website. In order to access the service customers must be able to provide a cable password. FOUR!
Can You watch The NFL Sunday Ticket Games Without Direct TV? You Can Now If You Live In Very Specific PlacesPosted: July 18, 2014
Direct TV’s popular NFL Sunday Ticket package may be coming to a computer, Game system or tablet near you. Direct TV will be offering a streaming version of its popular NFL package to millions of new customers across the country. The packages start at $199.99 to view the games on a laptop, phone or tablet, but to view on a connected game console it will cost you at least $239.00. For $329.00 viewers can get access to a lot more including Red Zone. The move comes ahead of the launch of NFL Now, a new service from the NFL Read the rest of this entry »