Newsy continues linear TV expansion, adding full slate of news programming to Philo

CINCINNATI, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As part of its continued expansion across over-the-top and pay TV platforms, Newsy has added its full slate of news programming to Philo, the nation’s fastest-growing live and on-demand streaming service.

Philo subscribers now have access to Newsy’s up-to-the-minute news coverage and its full lineup of live shows including “Morning Rush” and “Newsy Tonight,” and can stream live coverage of key moments this election year such as the presidential debates.

Newsy joins Philo’s lineup of more than 60 channels, available to subscribers for $20 per month. In addition to streaming their favorite shows, all Philo subscribers can now watch news coverage from Newsy live from anywhere in the U.S. on most web browsers, mobile and TV streaming devices including Apple TV, FireTV and Roku and via Chromecast functionality on Android devices.

“Access to news and information is more important than ever, so we’re thrilled to be able to bring Newsy to more than 750,000 engaged Philo customers,” said Blake Sabatinelli, CEO for Newsy. “Our approach to the news empowers viewers with straightforward reporting that informs instead of influencing — giving the context and perspective viewers won’t find elsewhere.”

“With the presidential election less than a month away, Philo is excited to add Newsy to our news offerings and our growing list of more than 60 channels,” said Mike Keyserling, COO and head of programming at Philo. “The network’s focus on providing straightforward, opinion free news coverage is a perfect fit for Philo customers, who span every region and political affiliation in the United States.”

Newsy, the leading cross-platform national news network, has distribution agreements covering nearly 40 million pay TV subscribers and is a leader in over-the-top television. Newsy’s app is available on every major connected TV device, gaming console

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CINCINNATI, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —As part of its continued expansion across over-the-top and pay TV platforms, Newsy has added its full slate of news programming to Philo, the nation’s fastest-growing live and on-demand streaming service.

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Philo subscribers now have access to Newsy’s up-to-the-minute news coverage and its full lineup of live shows including “Morning Rush” and “Newsy Tonight,” and can stream live coverage of key moments this election year such as the presidential debates.

Newsy joins Philo’s lineup of more than 60 channels, available to subscribers for $20 per month. In addition to streaming their favorite shows, all Philo subscribers can now watch news coverage from Newsy live from anywhere in the U.S. on most web browsers, mobile and TV streaming devices including Apple TV, FireTV and Roku and via Chromecast functionality on Android devices.

“Access to news and information is more important than ever, so we’re thrilled to be able to bring Newsy to more than 750,000 engaged Philo customers,” said Blake Sabatinelli, CEO for Newsy. “Our approach to the news empowers viewers with straightforward reporting that informs instead of influencing — giving the context and perspective viewers won’t find elsewhere.”

“With the presidential election less than a month away, Philo is excited to add Newsy to our news offerings and our growing list of more than 60 channels,” said Mike Keyserling, COO and head of programming at Philo. “The network’s focus on providing straightforward, opinion free news coverage is a perfect fit for Philo customers, who span every region and political affiliation in the United States.”

Newsy, the leading cross-platform national news network, has distribution agreements covering nearly 40 million pay TV subscribers and is a leader in over-the-top television. Newsy’s app is available on every major connected TV device, gaming console

Americans might not be able to take full advantage of the 5G iPhone

  • On Tuesday, Apple is expected to release its first iPhone models that support 5G networks.
  • Those iPhones will be able to tap into faster next-generation networks from Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile for faster download speeds and stronger wireless connections.
  • But in the United States, the carriers are still building their 5G networks, and the mid-band networks available in other countries which balance fast speeds and wide coverage aren’t widely available in the U.S. yet.



Tim Cook holding a sign: Apple CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) at Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, June 22, 2020.


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Apple CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) at Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, June 22, 2020.

On Tuesday, Apple is expected to release its first iPhone models that support 5G networks.

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Those iPhones will be able to tap into faster next-generation networks from Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile for faster download speeds and stronger wireless connections.

In the United States, the carriers are still building their 5G networks. When the 5G iPhone comes out, depending on what bands it supports, some consumers looking for a sea change in terms of wireless speeds may have to wait until their carrier catches up with the phone’s capabilities.

Speeds for 5G will be faster, but not necessarily fast enough to be a reason for upgrading until U.S. carriers finish building their networks. So far, 5G download speeds are just 1.8 times faster than 4G LTE speeds in the United States, according to data from Opensignal, a firm that tracks wireless network speeds around the world.

But in other countries with 5G networks that use what’s called “mid-band frequency,” speeds are five times as fast as LTE, according to Opensignal.

5G is not a monolith. There are three different versions of 5G connections, which each use different radio frequencies and come with their own advantages

Free Pikmin 3 Deluxe Switch Demo Now Live, Lets You Transfer Progress To Full Game

Pikmin 3 Deluxe launches on Nintendo Switch at the end of this month, but players have a chance to sample the unique strategy game before then. During the latest Treehouse Live presentation, Nintendo announced that a free Pikmin 3 Deluxe demo is available to download from the Switch eShop, and you’ll unlock some things in the full game for playing it.

If you can defeat the final boss at the end of the demo, you’ll unlock the Ultra-Spicy difficulty in the full version of Pikmin 3 Deluxe right from the outset. Ultra-Spicy is a brand-new difficulty option for Pikmin veterans; it caps your Pikmin field limit at 60, making the experience much more challenging.

Additionally, Nintendo has confirmed that the Pikmin 3 Deluxe demo allows you to carry over your save data to the full game, so you’ll be able to pick up where you left off when it launches.

We learned a few other new details about Pikmin 3 Deluxe during the Treehouse Live stream. Nintendo confirmed that motion controls and pointer functionality will return as optional control methods. The company also showed off some new features being introduced in this Switch version, including the Piklopedia–which catalogues all the enemies you’ve defeated–and the new side story missions starring Olimar and Louie.

Pikmin 3 Deluxe launches on October 30. You can learn more about the game in our Pikmin 3 Deluxe preorder guide.

That wasn’t all that we saw during the Treehouse Live stream. As advertised, the company

SOLVED: if I can force the sensor in the computer to act as if its not full – Samsung Refrigerator

Pablo Lopez. When you reset the ice maker your bypassing the thermostat that tells the ice maker to dump the ice and refill. If the problem is in the optic sensor the ice maker wouldn’t fill.

In my 35 year career, I’ve never had an issue whit an optic sensor. That doesn’t mean they don’t fail, it’s just not very common.

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