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Can You Watch the Colorado Rockies Via Streaming?

Q. I want to cut the cord, but I love the Colorado Rockies. Is there anyway to watch the Rockies without subscribing to cable or satellite? Can the games be streamed online? — Roger, Denver. Roger, there is a way to stream the Colorado Rockies’ games, but not the way you are looking for. Click

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Sling TV & March Madness: How to Avoid Spoilers

The live streaming business can be a welcome alternative to costly cable and satellite TV services, particularly during a must-see event such as March Madness. That is, if you can forgive the occasional technical snafu, and the delay between the stream and real time. What’s that? You were aware that live streaming services are sometimes interrupted by

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Hulu Adding 9 New Titles This Week

Hulu this week plans to add nine new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service, including two originals. The new titles will include episode six of The Looming Tower, the Hulu original drama starring Jeff Daniels and Peter Saragaard as two intelligence officers who almost battle each other as much as

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Sling TV: 5 Steps to Avoiding Social Spoilers

Live streaming services can be a welcome alternative to costly cable and satellite TV services. That is, if you can forgive the occasional technical snafu, and the delay between the stream and real time. What’s that? You were aware that live streaming services are sometimes interrupted by buffering and other issues, particularly during shows with

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Hulu Adding 169 New Titles In April

Hulu plans to add 169 new TV shows and movies to its subscription Video on Demand service, including three originals, according to EW. The new title list is headed by the premiere episode of season two of The Handmaid’s Tale (pictured above), the 2017 Emmy award winner for Best Drama. Elisabeth Moss stars as Offred,

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What Is Pluto TV & The Eye Candy Channel?

Q. A buddy of mine told me I should watch Pluto TV and, in particular, the Eye Candy channel. What are they? Can you fill me in, Mr. TV Answer Man? — Tom, Philadelphia. Tom, Pluto TV is an online service that has roughly 100 channels — and they are all free! See Amazon’s Best-Selling

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March Madness: Sling TV Offers Free Preview For PC Users

Sling TV is offering three free hours of the first round of March Madness for computers owners who use the Google Chrome browser. The first round of the annual college basketball tournament begins today, and millions of Americans are expected to follow along at home and at work. See Amazon’s Best-Selling Streaming Devices! Click Amazon:

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How to Fix the Color On Your TV

Q. The picture on my TV is off, particularly the color. The color always seems a bit faded. I’ve tried adjusting the color setting on the set but it doesn’t seem to help. The colors still don’t seem to look real. Any suggestions? — Dave, Hagerstown, Maryland. Dave, you were right to try adjusting your TV’s

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DIRECTV Now: Is It Still $10 a Month?

Q. I remember reading a story you wrote awhile back about DIRECTV Now being just $10 a month. Is that deal still good? I would be very tempted at that price. — Tammy, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Tammy, I have good news for you. The offer is still good. And here’s how it works: DIRECTV Now is

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Netflix: How to Check Your Internet Speed

Q.  My streaming picture for both 4K and HD on Netflix is generally very good. But sometimes it varies, gets a little worse than before. Is there any way to determine what resolution/speed I’m getting on Netflix from my Internet service? I wonder if my Internet speed is the problem. — Tom, Arlington, Virginia. Roger,

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Why MLB.TV Blackouts Your Home Team

Q. I just re-upped for Major League Baseball package but I can’t watch Washington Nationals games on it because they are blacked out, no matter where they play. Why?! This drives me crazy.  I pay enough for the package ,after all. And I’m not going back to cable or satellite just for baseball! — Mike,

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