The good news today is that while Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and Youtube are raising prices for their streaming services, a bunch of free options are popping up.
Just plug Fire TV Stick into your HDTV and start streaming in minutes. With the Alexa Voice Remote, press and ask to easily find your favorite movies and TV episodes, plus live news and sports. Plus, power and volume buttons give you more control.
Fire TV Stick streaming media player
with Alexa built in, includes Alexa Voice Remote, HD, easy set-up, released 2019
With Peacock TV Free, you gain immediate access to over 13,000 hours of ad-supported content, which includes films, daily news, sports, and legacy TV shows.
Plex, the popular DVR and media streaming service that’s been making a splash with its growing library of free on-demand content, announced that it’s debuting more than 80 live “linear” streaming TV channels, running the gamut from news and sports to cooking and kids.
Since it’s powered by Android TV, the device is capable of running apps like Netflix on its own and can give you access to a lot of other applications available on Google Play.
In addition, Pluto TV will debut select episodes from Seasons 1-10 of the revered Comedy Central hit South Park.
Recently, the platform added four new channels.
There are over the 50 TV channels available to watch on Philo, and it allows you to stream on the other devices for free.
Amazon could be planning to bolster its Prime Video service, which is mostly known for its on-demand video offerings, with live TV, according to a report from Protocol and publicly available job listings. Details are light about what the new live TV services might entail, though the efforts appear to be in their early stages.
The latest version of the Android app for Plex, a DVR and media server service with a growing selection of free, ad-supported movies and TV shows, now lets you stream titles from its free video library without an account.