Samuel L Jackson stars in the upcoming film as the US President. The story is based around a 13-year old boy named Oskari, who is forced to spend the a night in the forest with just a bow and arrow.
Once again its Monday and that means its that its time for Silent Dj Sleeper Of The Week. This week pick is VooDoo by Job Jetson produced by Derelle Rideout. Don’t forget hit up Silent Dj on Global14 for more $ilent Dj sleepers.
Satellite TV company Dish Network today debuted its long-awaited online TV service called Sling TV, which allows you to get a linear TV experience without the television set.
Dish first laid out its plans for an over-the-top (OTT) online TV service over a year ago, and spent the bulk of that time negotiating licensing contracts with major broadcast and cable TV networks. Sling TV will cost $20 per month and will offer subscribers access to a video stream that’s identical to the linear broadcast you’d get from a cable TV provider.
Sling TV isn’t giving you access to the full lineup of channels offered on its satellite TV service, but there is a decent crop of networks people actually care about, like ESPN, ESPN2, Food Network, Travel Channel, CNN, Cartoon Network, HGTV, ABC Family, TBS, and TNT. The company said it plans to offer additional networks for an added monthly fee further down the road.
This is an exciting move for the TV industry because it could theoretically force cable providers to make it easier to access relatively new on-demand TV content on a variety of devices. Of course, big cable providers like TWC and Comcast will say that this is already possible, but in my experience it’s such a pain in the ass to get it working that it’s usually not worth the effort. (TWC in particular gives you on-demand streaming on a variety of devices, but you have to be using your home Wi-Fi connection from an approved or TWC-issued router.)
But while Sling TV is cool, there are a few setbacks that might annoy consumers, such as not being able to watch more than one concurrent stream at a time, as Re/codepoints out. I doubt Sling TV will usher in the end of the cable channel “bundles,” but it’s definitely a good first step.
Future unleashes his brand new visual for Mad Luv produced by Metro Boomin & DJ Plugg and directed by Rick Nyce.
Fall Out Boy decide to offer a new single called Irresistible. This track will be featured on Fall Out Boy sixth album, due out January 20th.