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Comcast launches Xfinity Flex IPTV platform

Xfinity is backed by more than 10,000 free online movies and TV shows including live streamed channels from ESPN3, Xumo, Pluto TV, Tubi TV, Cheddar, YouTube, and more. There is also access to apps from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO, and Showtime. – Julian Clover, Broadband TV News » https://ift.tt/2HO9goz
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Crunchyroll Raises Subscription Price to $7.99

The new pricing will go into effect on May 1 for new subscribers, while existing members will see their price go up 3 months after. Members who have pre-paid for a year’s worth of Crunchyroll will see no change to their pricing until that year is up. – Janko Roettgers, Variety » https://ift.tt/2JAPzTB

Police Report: Popular YouTuber Children Were Starved, Beaten, Pepper-Sprayed by Mother

The YouTube channel “Fantastic Adventures” has amassed 800,000 followers with its depiction of a family of children fighting super villains and outwitting evil babysitters—but in real life, these kids were reportedly being horrifically abused by their adoptive mother, who allegedly punished them by locking them in a closet for days, starving them, and dousing them with pepper spray. – Jennings Brown, Gizmodo » https://ift.tt/2umHtn3

Police Report: Popular YouTuber Children Were Starved, Beaten, Pepper-Sprayed by Mother

The YouTube channel “Fantastic Adventures” has amassed 800,000 followers with its depiction of a family of children fighting super villains and outwitting evil babysitters—but in real life, these kids were reportedly being horrifically abused by their adoptive mother, who allegedly punished them by locking them in a closet for days, starving them, and dousing them with pepper spray. – Jennings Brown, Gizmodo » https://ift.tt/2umHtn3

Survey: Streaming Surpasses Pay TV In U.S. Households For The First Time [Infographic]

Taking a closer look at the state of the shifting media landscape, 69% of households said they had a subscription to a streaming video service when the survey was conducted while 65% were paying for traditional TV. 41% were also subscribed to a music streaming service while 30% paid for access to a gaming service. In another ominous sign for cable TV, 88% of millennial households reported a video streaming subscription compared to just 51% for pay TV. – Niall McCarthy, Forbes » https://ift.tt/2JrF4lz
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