Tag: 4KTV

Amazon Prime In April 2020: 21 James Bond Movies In 4K

Amazon next month (April 2020) plans to add 72 new TV shows and movies to its Prime streaming lineup, including six Amazon originals, and 21 James Bond movies in 4K. The new titles will include season six of Bosch, the Amazon original crime drama which stars Titus Wellliver as a homicide detective in Los Angeles.

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Comcast: Can You Watch NHL Games In 4K?

Q. I heard that you can watch the Chicago Blackhawks on 4K if you have Comcast. Is that true? What channel is it on? — Oscar, Boston.  Oscar, the answer is yes and no. Let me explain. Comcast is offering six Chicago Blackhawks games in 4K HDR on NBC Sports Chicago, starting with last month’s

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Can You Watch Anything In 4K For Free?

Q. I just bought a 4K TV and I am excited about trying out some stuff in 4K. But is there anything that doesn’t require a fee? Even Netflix with 4K requires the subscription to Netflix’s highest paying plan. I could get a Comcast sub because I know they have 4K, but that’s really expensive.

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DIRECTV to Show Westminster Dog Show In 4K HDR

DIRECTV has joined the list of pay TV providers that will offer this week’s annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in 4K HDR. The satcaster will offer 4K coverage of the best doggos in the world on its channel 105. Comcast, FuboTV, and Altice previously announced they would show the event in the new picture

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Streaming 4K: Is Your Internet Fast Enough?

Q. I bought a 4K TV and I think the easiest way to watch shows in 4K is streaming from Netflix, Amazon Prime and Vudu. But I was wondering what speed do you need for your Internet to watch 4K? Is it supposed to be faster than normal? — Sam, Landover, Maryland.  Sam, I agree

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Comcast to Air Westminster Dog Show In 4K

Comcast, FuboTV, and Altice have announced they will offer next week’s annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in 4K HDR. The Westminster Dog Show broadcast, which will be produced by Fox, will air on February 10-11 at 7 p.m. ET on each night. (FS1 will simulcast the broadcast in high-def.) The event, which began in

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