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Hulu Live: Which Local Channels Will You Get?

Q. I want to get Fox Sports Arizona without getting cable or satellite and a two-year contract. I was thinking of getting Hulu, but how do I know if I will get Fox Sports Arizona and the Diamondbacks in my lineup. Will it be available in my area? — Ted, Gilbert, Arizona.  Ted, this is

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Sling TV Offers 1-Year Price Guarantee

Sling TV has targeted YouTube TV and FuboTV subscribers who are upset with this week’s price increases by offering a one-year price guarantee for new and existing customers. YouTube TV this week raised its monthly price from $50 to $65, a 30 percent increase. FuboTV, a smaller live streaming service, also hiked its monthly prices

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YouTube TV’s Price Hike: Customers Speak Out!

Q. So tell me, Mr. Answer Man, why on earth did YouTube TV raised their price. I only subscribed because it was lower than the cable guy. What are they thinking??!! — Carmen, Marina Del Rey. Carmen, I feel your pain. But the reason that YouTube TV yesterday raised its monthly subscription price from $50

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FuboTV Finally Gets ESPN

FuboTV launched in January 2015 with the promise of delivering more sports programming than any other provider regardless of whether it was via streaming or traditional pay TV. And while the streamer has offered several hard-to-get sports channels, its mission has been tarnished by not carrying arguably the leading sports network of all, ESPN. However,

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Super Bowl In 4K: Everything You Need to Know

For the first time ever, the Super Bowl this year will be available in 4K, which promises a sharper and more vivid picture than we have ever seen. The news has 4K TV owners scrambling for more information so the TV Answer Man has compiled this guide that has everything you need to know. Which

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NFL Football Will Be In 4K In 2019

Q. Football season is coming and I want to know if I can watch NFL games in 4K? They have baseball, basketball and even soccer in 4K, but what about the NFL? Come on, we need football in 4K. — Maurice, Baltimore.  Maurice, I have some good news for you. For starters, DIRECTV, Dish, Optimum

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FuboTV to Stream 2 NASCAR Races In 4K

FuboTV has announced its upcoming lineup of 4K programs, and for the first time, it includes two NASCAR races. The first race, which will be simulcast in high-def on FS1, will be the Gander RV 400 (NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series) on Sunday, May 5, from the Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware. The 4K

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FuboTV Raises Price to $54.99 a Month

FuboTV, the live streaming service with a sports emphasis, today increased the monthly price for its base plan from $44.99 a month to $54.99 a month. Click Amazon: See Today’s 1-Day-Only Deals! The base plan includes more than 90 channels, including many basic cable channels, and regional sports channels in most markets. FuboTV today also

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March Madness: 2 Reasons to Buy a 4K TV

Q. I’m thinking of getting a 4K TV to watch all the March Madness and conference tournament games. But is this a good time to buy one? Is the price right? — Dave, Shaker Heights, Ohio. Dave, unlike the Super Bowl, which was a so-so time to buy a 4K TV, this month’s college basketball

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DIRECTV to Air Big East, Big 10 Basketball Tournaments In 4K

DIRECTV this month will air games in 4K HDR from both the Big East and Big Ten college basketball tournaments. The Big East 4K broadcast, which will be simulcast in high-def on Fox Sports 1, will begin March 13 at 7 p.m. ET. DIRECTV will air Big East tournament games in 4K HDR at 7

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FuboTV to Stream Big Ten, Big East Basketball Tournaments In 4K

FuboTV, the only multi-channel, live streaming service to offer live 4K events, next month will stream both the Big East and Big Ten college basketball tournaments in the new picture format. The Big East 4K broadcast, which will be simulcast in high-def on Fox Sports 1, will begin March 13 at 7 p.m. ET. FuboTV

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