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Swanni Sez Newsletter — January 31, 2018

Good morning, everyone.

Welcome to today’s Swanni Sez newsletter, which includes links and summaries of the day’s top stories in TV technology.

But before we go to the news, don’t forget to peruse the aisles of Amazon where today you will find some awesome deals on Super Bowl TVs and related merchandise. Plus, as you probably know, the TV Answer Man site gets a small percentage of each sale made through our Amazon link so I would truly appreciate it if you could toss at least one or two items in your cart today.

Here’s our Amazon link:

Amazon.com. 

Many thanks.

Now, let’s go to the news!

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1. Secret Memo: Netflix Coming to All Charter Homes In 2018

The TV Answer Man has obtained a private memo from Charter CEO Tom Rutledge that details his company’s plans for 2018. In addition to the Netflix news, the executive reveals his plans for several other video and data related projects.

To find out more about the memo, click below!

Charter Memo

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2. AT&T & DIRECTV Settle 4-Month-Long Fee Fight

AT&T and DIRECTV have been involved in a fee fight with a local broadcaster for more than four months. But the dispute has been settled.

Which channels will be returning to their viewers?

To find out, click below!

Fee Fight 

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3. Another Show Is Canceled!

Yes, the network Grim Reaper is still at work, taking his big ax to yet another show.

What got canceled now?

To find out, click below!

Canceled

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4. Netflix Dropping 50 Titles In February

Netflix is adding 79 new TV shows and movies to its streaming lineup in February, but to make room, the video service is jettisoning 50 titles as well.

What’s leaving the streaming service?

To find out, click below!

Netflix Dropping

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5. Amazon Selling 4K Fire TV Set-Top For $54.99

Amazon is offering a 21 percent discount on its latest Amazon Fire TV streaming device with 4K and HDR (High Dynamic Range) video.

To learn more, click below!

Amazon.

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The TV Answer Man is veteran journalist Phillip Swann who has covered the TV technology scene for more than two decades. He will report on the latest news and answer your questions regarding new devices and services that are changing the way you watch television.

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