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Hulu just joined the live TV wars

Hulu on Wednesday unveiled its long-awaited streaming app, Hulu with Live TV, which seeks to compete with the likes of SlingTV, DirecTV Now and YouTube TV.

Cord-cutters dropping cable force networks to make hard choices

At the end of 2016, a big question hangs over the TV industry: What if Jeff Bewkes is right? One of the best-positioned media giants, Bewkes’ Time Warner sold to AT&T this year for $85.4 billion. If Time Warner’s chief executive officer doesn’t see a future for the owner of CNN and TNT as a standalone company, why should anyone else?

Pac-12 Media Day: Conference moving in right direction

LOS ANGELES – The man tasked with turning the Pac-12 into an international enterprise ticked off the reforms the conference will undergo this season to make it a safer, fairer and more profitable place for its member schools to play football games. Of course the most pressing development, for DirecTV subscribers, is going to take awhile.

Brothers in arms … and camera lenses

A couple of local brothers have turned their love of the outdoors into a potential career by capturing their escapades on camera. Jon and Jake Hodge grew up in northwest Spokane before moving near Seven Bays and finishing their high school careers in Davenport.

KAYU blacked out on DirecTV over fee dispute

A contract fight has unplugged KAYU-TV’s programs from DirecTV subscribers in the Spokane and North Idaho region. A blackout – which began Aug. 13 – leaves DirecTV customers in need of an antenna to watch FOX 28 shows.

Motley Fool: DirecTV thrives in Latin America

In case you haven't noticed, DirecTV (NYSE: DTV) is doing a great job, posting 11 consecutive quarters of double-digit revenue growth. It has been adding subscribers at a record rate – mainly because of Latin America, which offers a market of 140 million households eligible for pay TV. Rival Dish Network is not focused on this emerging market, so it's essentially DirecTV's for the taking.