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For years I’ve been using the ESPN app to get notifications on all my teams. From top stories to score updates, the app was always there with the data I needed. But it was during MLS Decision Day last season that I started to realize the app wasn’t cutting it anymore. As I waited for …

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Would you pay for your news? What about insights from the top reporters? Would it change if it was business news or sports? The Athletic is taking that approach, starting a subscription service, writing about the NHL/NFL/NBA/MLB and NCAA, with the intent to make you “Fall in love with the sports page again”. Their focuses …

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A few weeks ago, for my birthday, some friends got me the Echo Dot, and while I will hopefully review that at some point, today’s focus is the Alexa’s Flash Briefing feature. Alexa allows you to put together a list of “Briefings” and when you ask for the flash briefing or a news update it …

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I’ve had YouTube TV now for a few weeks, and here is the good and bad/strange of it: The service is smooth. The startup is quick, the channels all run smoothly (I’ve had internet connectivity buffering, but never buffering because of YouTube), and the app is easily laid out. The Channels are seemingly in a …

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Hulu has officially launched their live¬†TV streaming service, and when I make the cord-cutting switch, they are the way I’m gonna go. The price is $40, which compares to other companies offers of $35 but also¬†includes Hulu’s library, so if you’re already paying $8 a month, it’s only a $32 add-on. The service comes with …

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About 13 months ago I stated that I had started listening to Sports Talk Radio, and these days I listen more than I ever have before. When I leave work, I no longer want to hear “News”, as politics and serious stories have had their fill for the day. In the same sense, once it …

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I’ve been reading through the long, and enjoyable, history of ESPN in the book ESPN: Those Guys Have All The Fun (highly recommended). This weekend I came across a great quote from the late great tennis star Arthur Ashe: The most difficult lesson I’ve learned about my life and life in general in all my …

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