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Bring Home the Gold - How to Watch the 2018 Winter Olympics

There’s no better way to celebrate the joy and sympathize with the heartbreak of athletes who represent our country than watching the Olympic competitions with friends and family. The Winter Olympics bring us together as a country to cheer on Team USA. The Winter Olympics only happens every four years. Here’s a quick guide to everything you n...

Cord-Cutting Panics the President

Rupert Murdoch announced his intention to sell a large portion of his Fox assets off to Disney in early December. It didn’t take long for the 86-year-old to receive a call from the leader of the free world. The President of the United States was asking for reassurance from the aging mogul. His fear? That he’d lose his biggest supporter in t...

ESPN Changes Advertising in a Bid to Offset Subscriber Loss

It’s no secret that ESPN has been struggling to stay afloat amidst serious losses due to cord-cutting. After layoffs, and continuously falling numbers—the sports giant has decided to make some changes to the way that they market. Primarily, with how the company appeals to women. ESPN has always been associated with all things sports. Followi...

Is Caavo a TV Game Changer? Venture Capital is Banking on it

Caavo, the new age machine learning universal TV control system, is finally getting a ship date, after being delayed since it was first promised in June 2017. The first 5,000 or so units will arrive February 14th, priced at $399. Will Caavo really be the game changer it is claiming to be? Well, Silicon Valley believes so. The company recently ra...

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Cord-Cutting

Artificial Intelligence is still a term that has the ability to create an attitude of pensive adjustment. Films like The Terminator have painted a portrait of a future full of psychotic robots bent on the destruction of the human race. Fortunately, Artificial Intelligence is a long way from becoming anything so advanced. In fact, it’s now being u...

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