One of YouTube TV’s best features is its unlimited cloud DVR. Here’s how to get started with recording shows, movies and sports.
Although Hulu Live TV is still at four million subscribers, it did see a drop compared to the previous quarter.
AT&T TV subscribers can watch on multiple devices at the same time, but the exact number depends on whether at home or away from home.
Sling TV is now offering the option to save on the first month or watch a selection of premium channels for free.
A new report not only suggests the Premium Plus plan is proving unpopular, but Peacock recently only had 11.3 million monthly active accounts as well.
Although YouTube TV doesn’t support picture-in-picture on Apple’s devices, Split View is an option for iPad users.
Although Xfinity X1 and Flex services are currently missing Discovery+, that could change later in 2021.
There are a few ways to stream Discovery+ networks and shows on a Samsung smart TV.
TVision Live and Vibe subscribers can watch live TV in another location, but the type of device matters.
Following Orlando and Charlotte, Locast’s live TV service is now available to those living in the Sacramento area.
If you’ve got the right Verizon service, you might be able to watch Discovery+ shows for free.
Android TV’s home screen is getting an update that changes the look and makes it easier to find movies and shows.
YouTube TV had three million subscribers and maybe still does, but no update was provided.
Providing you plan to subscribe for at least six months, this is a good way to save on the cost of Discovery+.
YouTube TV is worth the $65 asking price in 2021, but it is far from the perfect live TV streaming service.
They might sound the same, but Discovery+ and Discovery Go are very different streaming services.
If you’re a YouTube TV subscriber and having issues signing in to the HBO Max app, you’re not alone.
Before signing up to Discovery+, it is worth checking if all your smart TVs, streaming players and devices are currently supported.
Peacock closed the fourth quarter of 2020 with 33 million sign-ups, but how many are paying?
Although AT&T TV Now is technically no more, an additional 27,000 subscribers left the service before the end of 2020.