• Facebook Reportedly Plans To Creep Into The Living Room With Camera For The TV

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    In brief: Facebook's next attempt at hardware will reportedly come in the form of a device that can be attached to a TV and provide the user with access to some video content. While this in principle sounds like what an Amazon Fire TV Stick or Roku Stick does, the difference will be Facebook's option is expected to come equipped with a camera and will be a unit that needs to be attached to the top of the TV, instead of hidden behind the TV like most media devices these days. Though not confirmed by the company, who have reportedly declined to comment, the information on this new product...
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  • Hulu to offer ‘skinnier' bundle of live TV as it looks to shift focus to on-demand

    Hulu to offer ‘skinnier' bundle of live TV as it looks to shift focus to on-demand

    1 month ago - By 9to5Mac

    As the streaming TV race continues to intensify, Hulu is planning to offer a “skinnier” bundle of channels. Through this offering, the company would offer fewer live channels, but more on-demand content, Hulu CEO Randy Freer said to The Information .
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  • Hulu Plans To Replace Live TV Option With Smaller Bundles

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    In brief: Hulu plans to scale down its live TV offering as a means to help reduce costs while also serving content consumers want, instead of bundling as much as possible, at the lowest price possible. The details on this come from a new report out of The Information which attributes comments given by Hulu's CEO, Randy Freer during an interview.
    Freer admits that the option to offer live TV, as it currently is offered, is a difficult task and in no small part due to the licensing fees associated with providing high-profile content. As a means of recourse and to address further losses in...
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