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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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Verizon to Show Super Bowl 2020 In 4K

Verizon has announced at its web site that it will broadcast next month’s NFL Super Bowl from Miami in 4K. The telco joins DIRECTV, Altice (Optimum) and the live streaming service, fuboTV, as pay TV providers that will carry the game in the new picture format. Click Amazon: See Today’s Hottest Deals!! Comcast’s Twitter page

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Charter Raises Price For 2019 MLB Extra Innings

Charter’s Spectrum TV service has revealed at its web site that its price for the 2019 MLB Extra Innings plan will be $177.99, which is $4 higher than the 2018 price. The cable operator’s price for the package of out-of-market games is nearly identical to what DIRECTV is now charging ($177.90). The satcaster raised its

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Verizon-NFL Deal to Expand Streaming Games On Phones

Verizon has signed a new streaming deal with the National Football League that will finally enable other carriers to offer games on mobile phones. The new agreement, which runs until 2022, permits Verizon to stream games on mobile devices on multiple platforms including Yahoo’s web site, Yahoo’s mobile app, AOL, Complex, and go90. However, starting

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Verizon Likely to Lose NFL Exclusive For Phones: Report

Online viewers of NFL games may soon be able to watch them on a mobile phone without subscribing to Verizon, writes Bloomberg News. Since the 2014 season, Verizon has had the exclusive rights to stream regular season games on mobile phones, which has frequently frustrated and confused non-Verizon customers who have tried to watch them

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Verizon: Does It Have a Clue About TV?

News and Analysis Verizon has postponed launch of its live streaming service until at least the spring of 2018, reports Bloomberg News. The telco, which has struggled of late to add subscribers to its FiOS TV service, hopes that the Net TV offering will allow it to generate more customers. Click Amazon: Hottest Deals In

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Verizon to Drop Chiller

Verizon is the latest major pay TV provider to decide to drop the NBC-owned horror-themed Chiller channel from all its systems, effective October 1. The telco follows Dish, which removed the channel in February of this year, and Charter, which dropped it in late April. Click Amazon: Today’s 1-Day-Only Deals! “We recognize this decision will

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Verizon to Enter Crowded Live Streaming Business

News and Analysis Verizon this summer plans to launch a live streaming service with dozens of channels, according to Bloomberg News. Click Amazon: Best-Sellers In Home & Kitchen. The service would compete with AT&T’s DIRECTV Now, Dish’s Sling TV and Sony’s PlayStation Vue in the new live streaming category which some analysts believe will peel

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