Tag Archives: TV

Solving Home Internet Restrictions

Posted on 15. Aug, 2016 by .

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Consumers are using the internet for an ever-increasing range of activities. This has meant that home internet data usage has also increased at a rapid pace. Unfortunately, most home internet connections these days are limited by usage caps. The customers are given a basic allotment of data usage, with any usage over that amount subject […]

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Shomi… How Rogers is a Hypocrite

Posted on 06. Jan, 2015 by .

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Listening to the radio recently one is bound to hear the ad for the new TV streaming service Shomi. What you realize is that the ad is a hilariously hypocritical critique of their own historical practices. You see, Showmi is owned by Rogers. Back in the days of old, when people actually went to video […]

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The Confusion of Cord Cutting

Posted on 09. Dec, 2014 by .

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TV providers and mainstream media finally realizing that “cord cutting”, is beyond a point which they can deny its prevalence. Millions of people around the world are moving from the monopolized offering of traditional TV providers which are often too expensive and slow at modernizing, to streaming services. Traditional TV in respective countries or regions mostly […]

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Unbundling Canadian TV Service

Posted on 06. Nov, 2014 by .

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Every day more and more Canadians turn to the internet as their source for media content. This has forced traditional cable providers and content producers to justify the outdated state of their current offerings. With the ease of finding premium content online, for free, safeguards around traditional content are doing more to drive customers away than they are […]

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