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Old Yesterday, 17:37   #3886
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Hulu is a on demand service shows stuff from FOX, CBS, ABC etc along it's own original content and movies too.
Recently HULU launched a live tv streaming service too offering most networks live. Check it out here you can view the site but not content without a vpn but should give you an idea mate www.hulu.com

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Could being the key word if reports are true ESPN are in a bit of trouble, losing subscribers at an alarming rate.
But they are already working on a streaming service.
ESPN Inc., a joint venture owned by The Walt Disney Company (80%) and Hearst Communications (20%). They just need a makeover and refocus, money is not a problem.
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AMC, Amazon content deal

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In the UK, AMC currently has a content deal in place with BT. It is not yet known if this deal will change tfollowing the Amazon agreement.
http://advanced-television.com/2017/...nt-for-amazon/
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ESPN Inc., a joint venture owned by The Walt Disney Company (80%) and Hearst Communications (20%). They just need a makeover and refocus, money is not a problem.
True, i think they'll get there they are already testing new waters by showing EFL matches including 3pm kickoffs.
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Nobody knows what precisely will happen. All these posts are speculative, I thought that was as good as read.
It is a good read.

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I am not an insider, and when I say I believe something will change, it's based on material that I read and sounds credible.

If we took off everything that was not speculation, the 'Coming Soon' thread would not exist!
There's nothing wrong with a little speculation. It's just that the debate, as interesting as it is, gets a bit repetitive after a while, especially when it is spread over several threads. It's understandable for one party to argue that everything is white and for another to argue that everything is black. In reality though, pretty much everything is grey.
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This is pretty poor advice on accessing material illegally, in my opinion. It does not even mention IPTV providers who charge a subscription (which could lead some to believe that they are accessing material legally), the use of VPNs to access geo-blocked material, etc, and frankly this scare mongering over the electrical safety of Kodi boxes is pathetic. Sure, purchasing such equipment from dodgy dealers could present problems, but if you purchase from a reputable dealer, this isn't a problem at all. Just like any other electrical equipment, actually!

http://advanced-television.com/2017/...-box-guidance/
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