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  • November 21, 2016

    BLS – That Made The News Why?

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  • November 18, 2016

    BLS – Celebrity Endorsement

    Today on the show we talk about WWE and Vader getting bad news. We talk bout celebrity endorsements and the OJ Simpson trial. We talk about Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford news and Nick Cannons big news. We dive into Facebook and Googles fake news problems and how there going to rectify the issue. Plus Much More….
  • October 13, 2016

    WWE and Tout App

    I am not a huge wrestling fan but I do watch wrestling from time to time and I was really into wrestling in 2012. During 2012 WWE partnered with tech startup Tout. Tout gave you the Vine or Instagram like experience using short video clips. Tout gave you the experience of 15-second mobile video with a social media platform the same as others in the market give you today. Tout gained popularity in June 2011 when basketball player Shaquille O’Neal used the service to announce his retirement. In 2012, WWE invested $5,000,000 in Tout and entered into a two-year partnership with the company. WWE announced the use of Tout as one of its social media platforms during the 1000th episode of Raw.  The night WWE announced the Tout app it was downloaded more than 30,000 times for iOS and Android during and after Monday Night Raw that night with more than 400,000 people visited the app through Tout and WWE.com. WWE during the show would show fan made videos about RAW and show case backstage content going on during the show. WWE would use the platform to announce updates about Jerry Lawler when he had his heart attack in September of 2012 and Brock Lesnar used the service to announce his retirement in August 2012 as part of a storyline. Tout was a great service but just never caught on with the WWE fans. Despite WWE constant effort to push the platform more and more users fell off using the service. On February 24, 2014, WWE launched their own app along with the WWE network. WWE promotion and effort went into promoting their own network and app. The WWE’s partnership with Tout expired in 2014 and they stopped using it afterward. Tout is still in business used by Wall Street...
  • November 13, 2012

    Roku Review

    Have you been looking for a device that supports Netflix, Amazon Instant, Hulu Plus, HBO GO, Vudu, Pandora and Facebook in one device look no further with the Roku.  The Roku which was designed as a Netflix player by Netgear has slowly taken on a life of its own with a lot of new great features and channels.  The Roku delivers HD video with surround sound, comes with a great remote control, and you can play at least a few casual games on it. The product has a channel for almost any app you can think of and has an on demand feature for about any channel you can think of giving this device the edge.  With a very easy setup and simple to use interface making this product ideal for anyone who wants to steam media from any content provider.  No monthly fees except for subscription based services (Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, exc) makes this product a onetime investment without reoccurring fees. The Roku comes in a wired or wireless version depending on your preference and can hookup to any wireless setup very easily buy just typing in your wireless password. The Roku is always adding new features recently was added to allow owners of Roku boxes to search for TV and movies available on Netflix, Amazon Instant, Vudu, Hulu Plus, Crackle, and HBO Go via one simple interface.  The Roku Search channel will be rolling out to supported players (Roku LT, Roku HD and Roku 2 boxes) over the week and sits right next to the settings menu on Roku’s home screen. Roku has recently released the Streaming Stick.  One of the most interesting home theater products at CES 2012, packing an entire streaming-video box into what looks like an oversized USB dongle.  Roku Streaming Stick sells for $99.  That’s...