Between film, television, and streaming services, there is simply way too much streaming content getting released for public consumption. It’s all too much as The Beatles guitarist George Harrison once sang. According to a piece in Variety, a Nielsen report states that there are 817,000 unique titles across both TV and the various streaming services as of February 2022. The number is up 26% from 646,000 titles in December 2019. It’s enough to feel overwhelmed–I…"There Is Too Much Streaming Content Being Made"
Waking up to the news that Roku and YouTube TV are duking it out is especially frustrating when YouTube TV is how I watch TV. It’s frustrating because this isn’t the first time they’ve done this. No, last year–they prevented Roku users from being able to watch Peacock and HBO Max on our devices for several months. When one’s livelihood revolves around watching TV and film, having Roku block access to a streaming services is…"An Open Letter to Roku, YouTube TV, and Google"