Brothers in Tech 1: Streaming Online Television
In this inaugural episode, the Brothers (Alan & Brian Jackson) discuss the pros and cons of various options/services for streaming live television, including costs, features, usability, and technical difficulty (using the familial rating scale!). Services discussed include:
Brothers’ recommendation: YouTube TV (not the most expensive option, plenty of sports/channels, unlimited DVR, great user interface)
In addition, the “Picks of the Show”:
- Brian’s Pick = WatchESPN: Application (for streaming boxes…Apple TV, Roku, etc.) with some really cool features to watch ESPN content, including Picture in Picture and Split Screen (up to 4 screen). So, you can achieve full sport overload
- Alan’s Pick = JustWatch: Application (web or mobile) for searching streaming services for movie/show availability. Rather than searching each one of your (and possible) services individually looking for a movie, JustWatch will search them all at one time!
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