YouTube has got a lot better but it’s still tough to search for the best channels. You can find a YouTube channel without knowing the name but it’s often thanks to serendipity or recommendations. YouTube’s own algorithm that suggests videos isn’t perfect either. So, how do you take control of your own YouTube search? Master
YouTube is updating its Community Guidelines to make the strike system for channels clearer and more consistent. This should help YouTubers know what to expect when they breach YouTube’s rules, and help more creators stay on the right side of the line. YouTube has taken a lot of grief of late. Creators have become increasingly
Amazon has a new trick up its sleeve to part you with your hard-earned cash. It’s called Amazon Live, and it’s a cross between QVC and Twitch. In other words, it’s a live shopping channel made up of multiple video streams showing people selling their wares. Amazon Live Tempts You to Spend More Money Amazon
Roku is adding Premium Subscriptions to The Roku Channel. This means that alongside a wide range of free, ad-supported content, you’ll be able to watch premium subscription channels including Showtime, Starz, and Epix. However, these won’t be free. Unfortunately. For the uninitiated, The Roku Channel is a free channel full of movies and TV shows.
A slow internet connection can be tortuous. But if you’re limited by your service provider’s speed what options do you have for a better browsing experience? Channel bonding may be the answer. Using Multiple Internet Connections Your internet speed is typically limited by your area. Your service provider will need to deploy the necessary infrastructure
Roku is moving beyond its own platform by launching The Roku Channel on the web. This means you no longer need to own a Roku device to watch Roku’s free, ad-supported movie channel. Instead, you just need a web browser pointed at TheRokuChannel.com. In October 2017, Roku launched The Roku Channel, a free channel packed