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Shomi now available on Xbox One

Shomi has released their Xbox One app today. This means Shomi is now available on both current Xbox platforms, PlayStation 4, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android, iOS, and select Shaw and Rogers set-top boxes.

The one notable unsupported device is the line of Roku streaming media boxes. Hopefully by checking off Xbox One support, Roku is ...

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Game of Thrones Season 6 Episode 1 For Free

Update: This offer is now expired. But you can purchase Season 6 of Game of Thrones from iTunes now.

Since the season 6 premiere on April 24, Canadian TV viewers have been clamouring to find a way to watch Game of Thrones, without shelling out for a cable subscription.

Well there is a temporary promotion from ...

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Sportsnet NOW available to non-cable subscribers

Starting April 1 2016, all Canadians can subscribe to the Sportsnet NOW live streaming service—no cable or satellite subscription required!

The services gives access to a live stream of all six Sportsnet channels for $24.99/month.  Existing cable and satellite subscribers will continue to receive access to this service at no additional charge.

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Shomi now available on PlayStation 4

Shomi makes good on its promise to deliver a PlayStation 4 app in January, releasing its PS4 app today (January 29).  If you have been waiting to give Shomi a try, now is the perfect time–the 2 month free trial offer expires Jan 31. Afterwards, it is $8.99/month.

Visit the PlayStation Store to ...

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CraveTV now available to everyone for $7.99/month

Bell's CraveTV is now available to everyone for $7.99/month, with a 1 month free trial.

Go to to subscribe.

For more information on CraveTV, see our CraveTV details page.

The cost may be a little high to some. At $7.99/month, it isn't likely to ...

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Netflix making more moves to block proxy and VPN use that bypasses geofencing

In a recent blog post, David Fullagar, Netflix's VP of Content Delivery Architecture mentions that in the coming weeks they will implement more measures to block technologies that bypass the geofencing (such as VPNs, web proxies, DNS proxies). This move will be poorly received by many Canadians who make use of such services to ...

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When will CraveTV be available to everyone?

Bell had previously announced that CraveTV would be available January 1st, 2016. Now a few days into January, and still no update from Bell about a release date or cost for the CraveTV standalone service. This post will be updated when/if some information becomes available.


CraveTV is now available to everyone!  Sign up ...

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