Submitted by Axia on November 10th, 2016
Cutting the cord on cable and embracing the world of streaming content is becoming more and more popular, but saying goodbye to the ease and convenience of live broadcast television can be difficult, especially when it comes to watching local news and sports.
Submitted by Axia on October 25th, 2016
With the rise of cord-cutting and the expansion of 4K-streaming video, the world of on-demand content continues to get better and better.
Submitted by Axia on October 11th, 2016
With the official end of summer and the arrival of fall it’s time to prepare for the emergence of winter’s short days and long nights. In most countries, that means getting lots of lots of Vitamin D on a daily basis. And while that’s generally good practice, up here in Canada winter’s arrival means one thing and one thing only: Ensuring we get lots and lots of healthy NHL hockey on a daily basis.
Submitted by Axia on January 18th, 2016
Over the last five years subscriptions to pay TV have been on the decline – a movement that will continue well into 2016. Many subscribers are frustrated with the way cable and satellite companies bundle packages of channels forcing them to pay for content they don’t watch. As a result, more and more customers turn to free or low cost alternatives delivered by the Internet.