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Windows 10’s app store may be the best place to stream Game of Thrones illegally

Microsoft’s Windows Store sports some of the best streaming services, including Netflix and Redmond’s own Movies & TV platform. But it’s also possible to stream all the latest movies and TV shows without having to spend a single penny via the Windows Store. Show More Summary

Independent music labels are creating their own streaming services to give artists a fair deal

Music streaming services are hard to beat. With millions of users – Spotify alone had 60m by July 2017, and is forecast to add another 10m by the end of the year – paying to access a catalogue of more than 30m songs, any initial concerns seem to have fallen by the wayside.

Turner to make 80% of Champions League available only via streaming paid-subscription service

3 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

On the heels of NBC’s Premier League Pass and ESPN announcing its own paid streaming service, Turner Sports will launch a new, online paid-subscription service beginning in the summer of 2018 to broadcast the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League rights that it owns. Show More Summary

Buried by streaming TV. Send help.

What was your first reaction when you heard Disney was ending its deal with Netflix to launch a streaming service of its own? Was it … exhaustion? Well tuck in, because yet another major player — that would be Apple — is elbowing its way into the streaming game in the coming months. More choice...

Disney and Netflix should both be worried about this subscriber survey

The gauntlet has been thrown down. Disney says it’s pulling its content from Netflix in 2019 and launching its own streaming TV service. Netflix just poached Shonda Rhimes from Disney-owned ABC. We’re seeing the beginnings of a media Cold War that is likely to define the TV landscape of the 2020s. Show More Summary

How Well CBS' All Access Streaming Service Is Doing With Customers

CBS got into the streaming game with its very own service, CBS All Access, but are people paying the price of admission?

Newswire: Disney-deprived Netflix is still fighting for its Marvel and Star Wars movies

Netflix was dealt a fairly serious blow earlier this week, when Disney announced that it would be ending its exclusive partnership with the company in favor of starting its own online streaming service. But all is not lost for the site,...Show More Summary

Anchor: Everything you need to know!

Download Anchor and tune in to daily audio broadcasts or create your own! Anchor is an audio streaming and publishing platform that lets you listen to and publish bite-sized audio broadcasts. Anchor says its service is "radio, reinvented," which is a pretty fitting description. Show More Summary

Talking Tech: Huge changes in TV Land

USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham looks at the future of television after Disney's announcement they are leaving Netflix to start its own streaming video service.        

Netflix in talks with Disney after the company declared it was starting its own streaming service

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Netflix Inc is in “active discussions” with Walt Disney Co about keeping Marvel and “Star Wars” films after 2019, when new Disney and Pixar movies will stop appearing on the streaming service, a senior executive said late on Thursday. Disney announced on Tuesday that it was...

Netflix is Now Talking to Disney About Keeping Marvel and Star Wars Movies Past 2019

Didn’t care for the news that Disney plans to take all their movies (including Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm movies) off Netflix and onto their own upcoming subscription streaming service in 2019? Well, news today suggests that the higher-ups of Netflix and Disney are getting together to try to avoid that outcome. Show More Summary

Netflix in Talks with Disney to Keep Star Wars & Marvel Movies Beyond 2019

Despite Disney's plans to start its own streaming service in 2019, Netflix is in talks to keep all Marvel and Star Wars content.

Netflix In Talks With Disney To Keep Marvel & Star Wars Films For 2019 & Beyond

A few days ago, a bombshell was dropped — granted it was a bombshell we saw coming. Disney announced their plans to drop their Disney-branded properties from Netflix starting in 2019, and launch their own streaming service. This service...Show More Summary

Will Marvel and 'Star Wars' Films Stay on Netflix?

Yes, Disney is pulling all their movies from Netflix in 2019 to launch their own streaming service. But, as many speculated, that deal doesn't necessarily include Disney-distributed films by Marvel or the now-Disney-owned "Star Wars"...Show More Summary

The Force may still be with Netflix

The company suffered a major blow earlier this month when it was revealed the Disney will be pulling its content from Netflix in 2019 in order to form its own streaming service. That meant that not only are Disney cartoon classics going, but all the Marvel and Star Wars movies. Show More Summary

Primephonic review: Classical music fans get a high-res streaming service to call their own

This boutique service hits all the right notes with FLAC streams and high-resolution downloads.

Disney Pulls Content From Netflix To Start Own Paid Service. Could The Same Siloing Happen In Music?

Disney is pulling much of its core content from Netflix, so that it can launch its own paid streaming service. Could this happen in music? Universal execs say that they don't believe in "exclusive" releases on specific music streamers But what if the world's largest label group pulled all of...

‘Demonic’ Has Been Added to Netflix

After quietly premiering on Spike TV last month, the James Wan-produced haunter Demonic has quietly been added to Netflix’s streaming service. For those who want to own it, it will arrive on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand October 10th via Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Show More Summary

Behind Facebook's "Watch" video platform

Facebook's new video platform is being launched today with original content just for viewing on Facebook. It's available to a select group of users. Disney is also creating its own streaming service and removing the company's content from Netflix. Show More Summary

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