Streaming video, movies and television

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Streaming video has moved beyond our computer screens and has now taken over our big screen televisions. In the process, this new technology has completely changed multiple industries, from movies, DVDs, television, cable television and more. The notion of channel surfing is slipping away as on demand streaming choices dominate our viewing experience. Every major media company is trying to figure out how to add subscription video services.

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Resources

Netflix
Netflix is the dominant player in the industry.

Amazon Prime Video
With more money than God, Amazon is becoming a player.

HBO Max
The branding is a little off but HBO is determined to become a streaming power.

Disney+
It didn't take long for this content powerhouse to become one of the top streaming options. If you have kids you have to have this service.

Paramount+
Solid content, but can they be a top player?

Peacock
Another media giant trying to get into the game.

Roku
This device makes it easy to watch all sorts of online videos on your TV.

Apple TV
Apple is challenging Roku and the many others trying to capture this market.

YouTube
YouTube is still a power online, and they're making a big push into streaming TV.

Articles

The Verge - Streaming Wars
Tons of articles following this battle of media giants.

Amazon Buys MGM, Studio Behind James Bond, for $8.45 Billion
Amazon buys the James Bond franchise and more with this MGM purchase.

20 Streaming Services That Aren’t Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime
From art-house movies to British TV to anime and Bollywood, here is a sampling of the expansive world of (legal) online streaming.

The Verge - Streaming Wars
Tons of articles following this battle of media giants.

The 11 Best Free Streaming Sites
The average cable bill in the U.S. costs $107 per month, so it’s not surprising that consumers are looking for ways to watch TV and movies online for free.

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