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Does Amazon Prime Video have 4K content? How to find Ultra High Definition movies and TV shows on your streaming device

Amazon Prime Video has hundreds of 4K movies and TV shows in its library.  Amazon doesn't have a premium subscription service for 4K content. There are 4K shows available for free with the usual Prime Video subscription.  You need to have a fully 4K-ready device to watch Amazon's 4K content.   Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Just a couple years ago, 4K was relatively uncommon, but these days, you're far more likely to find it built into a new TV than not. Man...
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YouTube Kids app is now available on Amazon Fire TV

YouTube Kids, the family-friendly version of YouTube with built-in parental controls and a curated selection of kids content, is now available on Amazon’s Fire TV. The app’s arrival comes after Google and Amazon came to a mutually beneficial agreement that also allowed YouTube to launch on Fire TV last year and Amazon’s Prime Video to make its way to Chromecast and Android TV. The agreement was meant to soon see the additions of other YouTube apps, including YouTube TV and YouTube Kids, on the F...
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Amazon Fire TV now pulls in live TV content from Sling TV, YouTube TV and Hulu + Live TV

Amazon is upgrading its Fire TV’s live TV experience through new integrations with several live TV streaming services, including Sling TV, YouTube TV, and Hulu + Live TV. Live content from these services will now appear within key areas with the Fire TV user interface, including the Fire TV’s Live tab and Channel Guide, making Fire TV feel even more like a cable TV replacement than before. Already, Amazon Fire TV had offered integrations with nearly 20 other apps in a similar fashion, including ...
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Amazon’s Fire TV Live Guide Plugs in Listings From YouTube TV, Hulu Coming Soon

Amazon, looking to buff up Fire TV’s appeal among cord-cutters, is adding program listings for YouTube TV and Hulu + Live TV to the platform’s live TV discovery features. Live content from Google’s YouTube TV and Disney’s Hulu will be directly integrated into Fire TV’s Live Tab, On Now rows, and the multi-app Channel Guide, […]
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Philo now cheapest streaming service after YouTube TV price hike. For $20, get lots of cable but no sports or news

Looking to cut the cord and keep cable TV networks? Philo streaming offers 60 channels like HGTV, MTV, Nickelodeon, Lifetime, but doesn't have news.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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We Are Social’s Monday Mashup #498

Facebook changes its algorithm to prioritise original reporting Facebook is working with academic experts and news publishers to change the way news stories are ranked in its feed. While content from news sources that users or their friends follow will still make up the majority of stories, where there are many sources, the story with original reporting (the one which broke the story, contains in-depth investigative reports, or is uncovering new facts and data) will be prioritised. Stories from ...
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Cutting the cord: What now, after YouTube TV's price increase?

As far as streaming rate hikes go, YouTube TV's announced $15 hike this week was one of the biggest, a 30% jump to $65.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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How YouTube TV, fuboTV and ESPN+ price increases will impact soccer fans

In the last 48 hours, it’s been reported that three major streaming platforms will be increasing subscription prices this summer. Those three are YouTube TV, fuboTV and ESPN+: • YouTube TV are increasing their monthly rate... Visit for the rest of the story.
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I’m paying more for YouTube TV, and that’s alright with me

You may not want to hear it, but YouTube TV's price increase is still worth it
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YouTube TV Raises Prices From $50/Month to $65/Month

YouTube is increasing the price of its live streaming YouTube TV service yet again, raising the price from $50 per month to $65 per month for new subscribers as of today. Current YouTube TV users will see service prices increase on the next billing cycle after June 30. YouTube TV previously saw a price increase in April 2019 when prices jumped from $40 per month to $50 per month, or $55 when purchased through Apple. YouTube TV no longer offers in-app purchase options for subscribing, so the $...
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YouTube TV Jacks Up Pricing To Become Most Expensive Cable TV Alternative

On Tuesday, Google's YouTube TV announced a monthly $15 price hike, bringing its streaming package of channels to $64.99 monthly, from $49.99. "YouTube TV is now the most expensive of the cable TV streaming alternative services," notes USA Today. "When YouTube TV launched in 2017, it was $35." From the report: In a company blog post, YouTube defended its decision by announcing the availability of additional channels from Viacom, including MTV and Nickelodeon. The move is effective Tuesday for ne...
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YouTube TV raises price another $15, so I’m cancelling my subscription

When YouTube TV launched in 2017, it felt like the future of television. It provided the live playback nature of cable channels, with the convenience of also being able to watch later if you wanted. You could watch on any of your devices, and the automated, unlimited Cloud DVR was a godsend. But it worked because of the $35 price. Even if it was missing a few channels, the convenience and implementation made it worth it. Then, in 2018, the price went up to $40. Okay, five bucks isn’t too bad. Th...
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YouTube TV’s Price Has Nearly Doubled in 3 Years

The price of the over-the-top television service YouTube TV is going up--again. YouTube TV, one of several virtual multichannel video programming distributors (vMVPDs) on the market, is raising its price today to $64.99 a month for new customers, the company announced today in a blog post. Existing customers will see the change reflected in their...
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YouTube TV Jacks Up Its Prices and the Promise of Cheap TV Feels Further Away Than Ever

For the last three years, YouTube TV has been the affordable alternative to pricier live TV streaming services, such as Hulu and AT&T TV. But that price gap just vanished. YouTube TV is jumping from $50 a month to $65 due to the “rising cost of content,” the company announced in a blog post.Read more...
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YouTube TV hikes price to $64.99 per month following new channel additions

YouTube TV is getting another price hike, making its live TV streaming service less competitive with the cable TV services it aims to replace. The company announced today its service would now cost $64.99 per month, starting today, June 30, for new members. The change will also be reflected on the next billing cycle for current members after June 30. The bump in pricing is now one of several price increases YouTube TV has seen since its debut, starting with a modest $5 per month bump in 2018, fo...
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YouTube TV Hikes Price by 30% to $65 per Month With Launch of ViacomCBS Channels

So-called internet skinny bundles aren’t skinny anymore — and they’re not really a bargain compared with traditional cable or satellite TV, either. YouTube announced that the price of YouTube TV has increased to $64.99 per month. That’s a jump of 30% from the previous $50 monthly fee and comes after YouTube TV last raised prices […]
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Brand Moves for Friday June 26

Seventeen weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand mov...
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Amazon's Prime Video Is Looking to Buy Its Way Into the Live TV Market

Amazon is “actively pursuing” deals to turn its Prime Video streaming service into something more like Prime TV, an industry source told Protocol on Tuesday. This is backed up by several job listings focused on the project.Read more...
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How to change your YouTube password, which is also the password for your Google account

To change your YouTube password, you'll need to change your Google account's password, as they're the same password. You can change your Google password through your Google account's "Security" menu. Changing this password will change the password on your YouTube account, Google Drive account, Gmail account, and more. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Some years ago, if you wanted to change your YouTube password, it was as simple as going to your YouTube settin...
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Molotov will provide infrastructure service to other OTT platforms

French startup Molotov is better known for its TV streaming service in France. The company has attracted millions of users that use it to watch live TV, record movies and TV shows in the cloud, play past TV content and access on-demand channels. The company is launching Molotov Solutions, a B2B division that will build and operate the TV platform of other companies. Molotov is a sort of YouTube TV or Hulu with Live TV for French TV — except that Molotov launched before those other services. In m...
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WarnerMedia tries to simplify HBO branding by sunsetting HBO Go and renaming HBO Now

WarnerMedia is hoping to make things simpler for anyone wondering whether to get HBO Max, HBO Go or HBO Now. Back in simpler times, there were only two HBO streaming apps — Go for cable subscribers, and Now for viewers who wanted a standalone streaming subscription. Then the company launched launched HBO Max last month. Content-wise, Max encompasses the HBO library plus a bunch of additional movies and shows. Meanwhile, from an app perspective, it was released as an update to HBO Now … exc...
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Meet the 33 insiders who wield the most power at YouTube

Google's YouTube is the world's biggest online video company, and it's making a bigger push into TV and streaming. YouTube made $15 billion in advertising revenue and another $3 billion in subscriptions in 2019. The video site has also drawn regulators' antitrust and privacy concerns. Business Insider identified the 33 executives there with the most power. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Google's $1.65 billion acquisition of YouTube in 2006 has turned into the world's biggest and most p...
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'What is 4K?': Here's what it means to watch content in Ultra High Definition resolution

4K is often referred to as Ultra High Definition or UHD; it is currently the most affordable of the clearest resolutions available, capturing more detail and texture than any other format outside 8K.  4K provides at-home viewers with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels or about four times as many pixels as a regular full HD TV.  4K is increasingly supported by TV networks and studios, as well as streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu, and gaming consoles such as Xbox One X and PS4 Pro. You c...
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HBO Max launches today, here’s what you need to know

HBO Max, the HBO -plus-other-stuff streaming service from WarnerMedia, is finally here. At $14.99 per month, the service — initially available to subscribers in the United States — is more expensive than competing offerings like Netflix and Disney+. But from another angle, it’s still a pretty sweet deal, since you’re getting HBO, plus a whole bunch of extra content, for the exact same price as an HBO subscription. (WarnerMedia couldn’t go lower than $15 per month without undercutting HBO pr...
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'Can you record on Sling TV?': How to add Cloud DVR to the internet TV service and use it to record shows and movies

You can record live content on Sling TV to watch anytime using the internet TV service's digital video recording add-on, Cloud DVR.  All Sling TV subscribers get at least 10 hours of space for free to save recorded content using Cloud DVR. For a $5 monthly charge, Sling TV Blue, Orange, and Blue+Orange subscribers can get Cloud DVR Plus, which will record up to 50 hours of content. You currently can't purchase more than 50 hours of storage on Sling TV Cloud DVR. Visit Business Insider's Tech ...
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Hulu Finally Gets a Desperately Needed Redesign and HBO Max Finds New Ways to Get Into Your Home

Hulu has been around for a relatively long time now, but the most recent interface for the streaming service has been one of the worst in the industry, second only to Amazon Prime. Thankfully, that starts changing today as Hulu is rolling out their largest redesign in years. Lists of movies and TV shows can be scrolled through horizontally instead of vertically, categories will allow for easier navigation, and access to third party subscriptions will be easier to navigate. While Hulu is updatin...
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Make the best of YouTube yours with YouTube Select

Helping you connect with your audience is our top priority. This is especially important as digital takes precedence in how we interact, communicate and stay connected.To make this even easier for your brand, today we’re announcing a new global content solution called —a reimagination and unification of solutions like Google Preferred and prime packs. It offers more flexibility to reach the audiences you can’t find elsewhere in the content and places they choose to watch—with the confidence tha...
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Netflix subscribers run into fewer service problems, new study finds

When asked to pick one platform, most respondents chose Netflix
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YouTube pulls in $15 billion in advertising. Here are the top 9 execs driving its business.

YouTube made $15 billion from advertising last year, showing its growing ambition to rival TV networks and bring in bigger ad budgets from big TV advertisers. Business Insider recently identified 33 insiders steering YouTube, including nine advertising execs. Their roles span product, ad sales, and marketing and show where YouTube is making big bets, such as TV-like advertising and subscription services like pay-TV service YouTube TV. Click here for more BI Prime stories. YouTube has quietly ...
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How to watch 4K shows and movies on Netflix with a compatible device

To watch 4K shows or movies on Netflix, you must be signed up for the service's "Premium" subscription tier.  To stream Netflix in 4K Ultra HD streaming on your TV, you will need a 60Hz screen and an internet connection speed of at least 25 megabits per second.  You can also watch Netflix media in 4K on Windows 10 using the Microsoft Edge browser or the Windows Netflix app.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. 4K Ultra High Definition is about as close to life-like as your TV...
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