YouTube Unplugged – YouTube Aims to Cut the Cord by 2017

YouTube is working on YouTube Unplugged which, if everything goes as planned, should be launched by 2017 and will cost you around $35 per month. This will give you live TV without having to pay for a cable connection. While this sounds easy enough for the audience, the legwork required by Google to accomplish this task seems to be tougher than they anticipated. YouTube is trying to get the major players like ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox to sign on ...

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President Obama Responds Positively For an Open Market for Set Top Boxes

President Obama has created a wave of mixed feeling in the world of cable companies and cable users as he announced his support for the ‘Unlock the Box’ initiative. In February, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) had voted for the initiative that aims at loosening the grip of cable companies on the set top boxes that their users get to use. President Obama support for the users who would like to have greater control on the ways in which they ...

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