It’s Baaack!

As you know, there are only three business models: I pay, you pay, or someone else pays. While everyone says they hate commercials, ad-supported business models simply refuse to die. Why? "Free" (aka "someone else pays") is very compelling for both consumers and shareholders. So compelling, in fact, that our friends at Netflix are looking to introduce their lower-priced ad-supported tier by the end of the year. Continue Reading →
Will Netflix ban password sharing? Some users are getting messages that suggest the service is cracking down on accounts logged in to multiple locations. Shelly Palmer talks all about it with Rosanna Scotto and Lori Stokes on Fox 5's Good Day New York. Continue Reading →
Some Netflix customers are getting a message on their screens, prompting them to sign up for their own account if they aren’t watching with the subscriber. This raises the question, "Why buy the cow when you can stream it with your friend's password for free?" Continue Reading →

Last Minute Digital Gift Ideas

Last Minute Digital Gift Ideas
Christmas is Friday, and many online retailers can no longer guarantee delivery before the holiday. If you’re struggling to find a last-minute digital gift ideas, here's something for everyone on your list. Continue Reading →

How to Cut the Cord

Shelly Palmer
Shelly Palmer talks through the steps required to cut the cord so you can take advantage of all of today's best streaming video with Kerry Drew and Bianca Peters on Fox 5 New York's Good Day. Original Airdate: January 21, 2020 Continue Reading →
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The following is a step-by-step, how-to tutorial for would-be cord cutters. After you have completed each step, you will be able to call your cable or satellite provider and cancel all of your video subscriptions. Before we begin, you need to understand the following. Continue Reading →

Apple TV+ is Live Today

Apple TV+
Apple TV+ is live. You can start watching from the Apple TV app on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, online at tv.apple.com and on a whole bunch of non-Apple devices. Remarkably, Apple is the low-cost provided in the space. It's free if you purchased an Apple device recently, it's free for 7-days if you just want to check it out, and when you do start paying, it will only cost $4.99/month for up to six users. Apple is even offering a "deal." If you act now, you get 12 months for the price of 10. Too good to be true? I'll let you be the judge. Begun, the streaming wars have. Continue Reading →