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DISH Network Unveils Music App for Multi-

Device Streaming

Thanks to the competition from streaming video services like Amazon and Netflix, Dish is adding more services to entice customers to use their satellite TV service. Here’s an article about one of the new services dish has added: DISH Network Corporation DISH unveiled a mobile app, DISH Music, which will synchronize music on television and speakers throughout the house using one central control. This app is powered by DTS Play-Fi technology. The subscribers can use Hopper2 or Hopper 3 DVRs to stream music around the house. DISH Music turns the Hopper DVRs and connected Joeys into music streaming zones. They can be controlled through Android or iOS smartphones and tablets. The app can wirelessly pair with DTS Play-Fi-enabled speakers connected to the same wireless network.It is compatible with Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, Pandora and Tidal. DISH Music also allows music streaming from a phone or PC at resolutions of up to 24-bit/192kHz. The app can be downloaded from the Apple Inc.'s AAPL App Store, Alphabet Inc.'s GOOGL Google Play Store and Amazon.Com Inc.'s AMZN Amazon app marketplace. Read the entire article by clicking on this link: Nasdaq.com

What Is Sling TV? Everything You Need to

Know

Ever wondered what Dish’s Sling TV is all about? Here’s an article explaining what it is and what it does. Cord cutting - ditching cable or satellite TV for online video — appeals to many people who are fed up with high pay-TV bills. Despite the appeal, many people can't bring themselves to cut the cord because of content they can't get online (or with an antenna), especially live sports. The Sling TV streaming service (starting at $20 per month) targets hesitant cord cutters as well as young folks who never had pay TV to begin with. It offers ESPN and a bundle of favorites, such as AMC, A&E, Food Network, HGTV, Lifetime and the Disney Channel. Sling TV also offers discounts on streaming-media boxes for those willing to prepay for service, including $60 off the Apple TV and a free Roku Express when you prepay for three months of service. Is Sling TV's cable alternative worth the money? Read on. What is Sling TV? Sling TV is an "over-the-top," or OTT, service, meaning it comes in over the internet rather than on dedicated lines from a cable company or broadcasts from a satellite. In that respect, it's like other online channels, including Netflix, Amazon and Hulu. But Sling specializes in live (sometimes called linear) TV; it shows programs as they are broadcast, the way cable TV does, not on demand, as other online services do. There is some ability to rewind a show or watch older programs on demand, but those capabilities are still limited. Read the entire article by clicking on this link: Tom’sGuide.com

Netflix Is Now Bigger Than Cable TV

Netflix is growing by leaps and bounds and now its subscriber base is larger than all the cable companies combined. Read on to find out more… Netflix has, for the first time, surpassed cable in total subscribers according to Leichtman Research. US cable companies have 48.61 million subscribers while Netflix has just hit 50.85 million. The numbers don't count minor cable networks, which could in themselves amount to 5% of total cable customers. For many this won't be a surprise. Let's be honest, with Netflix having doubled its subscriber base - adding 27 million subs - over the last five years there was always going to come a time when it beat other services. And the good news for cable is that this isn't having a massively detrimental effect on their numbers either. While cable subs are down by 4 million in the same five years that Netflix has seen huge growth, that's not a massive drop off. It's also worth bearing in mind that cable TV makes up only 50% of total TV viewership in pay TV. That said, Q1 2017 shows a net loss in subscriptions while Q1 2016 saw cable grow a little. Satellite TV is doing okay, with around 38 million subscribers. Dish Network added 318,000 customers in Q1 with Direct TV stalling with gains that didn't outpace customer loses. Satellite is still growing faster than cable though. Read the entire article by clicking on this link: Forbes.com Satellite TV News © BestSatelliteReviews.com About Us   |   Contact   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms Of Use   |   Site Map
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DISH Network Unveils Music App for Multi-Device

Streaming

Thanks to the competition from streaming video services like Amazon and Netflix, Dish is adding more services to entice customers to use their satellite TV service. Here’s an article about one of the new services dish has added: DISH Network Corporation DISH unveiled a mobile app, DISH Music, which will synchronize music on television and speakers throughout the house using one central control. This app is powered by DTS Play-Fi technology. The subscribers can use Hopper2 or Hopper 3 DVRs to stream music around the house. DISH Music turns the Hopper DVRs and connected Joeys into music streaming zones. They can be controlled through Android or iOS smartphones and tablets. The app can wirelessly pair with DTS Play-Fi-enabled speakers connected to the same wireless network.It is compatible with Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, Pandora and Tidal. DISH Music also allows music streaming from a phone or PC at resolutions of up to 24-bit/192kHz. The app can be downloaded from the Apple Inc.'s AAPL App Store, Alphabet Inc.'s GOOGL Google Play Store and Amazon.Com Inc.'s AMZN Amazon app marketplace. Read the entire article by clicking on this link Nasdaq.com

What Is Sling TV? Everything You Need to Know

Ever wondered what Dish’s Sling TV is all about? Here’s an article explaining what it is and what it does. Cord cutting - ditching cable or satellite TV for online video — appeals to many people who are fed up with high pay-TV bills. Despite the appeal, many people can't bring themselves to cut the cord because of content they can't get online (or with an antenna), especially live sports. The Sling TV streaming service (starting at $20 per month) targets hesitant cord cutters as well as young folks who never had pay TV to begin with. It offers ESPN and a bundle of favorites, such as AMC, A&E, Food Network, HGTV, Lifetime and the Disney Channel. Sling TV also offers discounts on streaming-media boxes for those willing to prepay for service, including $60 off the Apple TV and a free Roku Express when you prepay for three months of service. Is Sling TV's cable alternative worth the money? Read on. What is Sling TV? Sling TV is an "over-the-top," or OTT, service, meaning it comes in over the internet rather than on dedicated lines from a cable company or broadcasts from a satellite. In that respect, it's like other online channels, including Netflix, Amazon and Hulu. But Sling specializes in live (sometimes called linear) TV; it shows programs as they are broadcast, the way cable TV does, not on demand, as other online services do. There is some ability to rewind a show or watch older programs on demand, but those capabilities are still limited. Read the entire article by clicking on this link: Tom’sGuide.com

Netflix Is Now Bigger Than Cable TV

Netflix is growing by leaps and bounds and now its subscriber base is larger than all the cable companies combined. Read on to find out more… Netflix has, for the first time, surpassed cable in total subscribers according to Leichtman Research. US cable companies have 48.61 million subscribers while Netflix has just hit 50.85 million. The numbers don't count minor cable networks, which could in themselves amount to 5% of total cable customers. For many this won't be a surprise. Let's be honest, with Netflix having doubled its subscriber base - adding 27 million subs - over the last five years there was always going to come a time when it beat other services. And the good news for cable is that this isn't having a massively detrimental effect on their numbers either. While cable subs are down by 4 million in the same five years that Netflix has seen huge growth, that's not a massive drop off. It's also worth bearing in mind that cable TV makes up only 50% of total TV viewership in pay TV. That said, Q1 2017 shows a net loss in subscriptions while Q1 2016 saw cable grow a little. Satellite TV is doing okay, with around 38 million subscribers. Dish Network added 318,000 customers in Q1 with Direct TV stalling with gains that didn't outpace customer loses. Satellite is still growing faster than cable though. Read the entire article by clickin on this link: Forbes.com Satellite TV News © BestSatelliteReviews.com About Us   |   Contact   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms Of Use   |   Site Map
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