Neil Young Will Announce His High-Fidelity Music Streaming Service “Very Soon”

Neil Young failed when it came to Pono, his high-fidelity music player that sold for $400. It was hard to keep it afloat and cost way too much to keep it on the market. Therefore, Young killed it off. But out of the settling dust, the artist has confirmed a new online music streaming service … Continue reading Neil Young Will Announce His High-Fidelity Music Streaming Service “Very Soon”

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Anyone Can Now Subscribe to Pandora’s Premium Music Streaming Service

When Pandora launched their Premium on-demand music streaming service, only those who received an invitation could subscribe and get a free trial. This changes today, as the platform has opened and expanded to all interested users. This means that now, anyone can subscribe to Pandora Plus. The service costs $9.99/month but arrives with a 7-day … Continue reading Anyone Can Now Subscribe to Pandora’s Premium Music Streaming Service

Hulu’s Live TV Streaming Service Reported to Cost $39.99/Month

A fresh report out of TechCrunch claims that Hulu's upcoming live television streaming service could cost $39.99 per month when it launches. Hulu had originally promised the service would be under $40 a month, so it looks like this pricing falls directly in line with the company's previous statements. For $39.99 per month, customers can … Continue reading Hulu’s Live TV Streaming Service Reported to Cost $39.99/Month

Cartoon Streaming Service Boomerang Launches for $4.99/Month

Boomerang, a classic cartoon streaming service recently introduced, has officially launched today. The service allows you to stream cartoons you'd likely find on your television set when you were a kid every Saturday morning over a bowl of cereal. It costs $4.99/month for a subscription or $39.99/year. If you subscribe the latter way, you'll save $20 … Continue reading Cartoon Streaming Service Boomerang Launches for $4.99/Month

Report: Comcast Developing Streaming Service Consisted of NBC Content

A new report out of Bloomberg suggests that Comcast is currently developing a streaming service featuring NBCUniversal content for watching on the go. It may be similar to how CBS All Access works with limited commercials, on-demand streaming, and likely a low price (All Access goes for $5.99/month). The service could also launch within the next … Continue reading Report: Comcast Developing Streaming Service Consisted of NBC Content

Google Launches YouTube TV in Select US Areas, Costs $35/Month w/ Over 40 Channels

https://youtu.be/qediav063xQ Google today launched their anticipated cable alternative called YouTube TV. The service is available in 5 select areas across the US including New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago and costs $35/month with a 1-month free trial. At launch, YouTube TV includes over 40 cable channels alongside all exclusive YouTube Red content with … Continue reading Google Launches YouTube TV in Select US Areas, Costs $35/Month w/ Over 40 Channels

Spotify to Release Exclusive Content to Premium Members Early

Spotify has announced a new licensing agreement with Universal Music Group in which the music streaming service will begin granting Premium members of the platform exclusive content two weeks before freemium users have access to it. This makes paying the $9.99/month required for a Premium membership a bit more appealing as before, you could just save … Continue reading Spotify to Release Exclusive Content to Premium Members Early

Goodbye Tidal: Spotify May Be Entering the Hi-Fi Music Business

Tidal is known as one of the only music streaming companies that specialize in offering high fidelity, lossless audio. No one else really does it as well, but according to a new report out of The Verge, it looks like Spotify is interested in expanding to the Jay Z-owned service's market as multiple Redditors and sources … Continue reading Goodbye Tidal: Spotify May Be Entering the Hi-Fi Music Business