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[Discuss] [Slightly OT] Streaming video services?

On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 8:42 AM, Kyle Leslie <fbxxkl at> wrote:

> I'd add that with Netflix depending on the unit you get varies the content
> you get. My XBox 360 has always had different streaming content than a
> friends PS3 or Set top box.
> That could have changed now but I dropped my subscription because the XBox
> 360 streaming options were atrocious and never updated.  I am planning on
> putting together an XBMC box one of these to test that method of streaming
> netflix though.
> FWIW - Most people I know who stream most of their content usually have
> multiple services to fulfill there needs, there is no silver bullet.
> Generally I hear TV streamers use - Hulu, Amazon, Itunes and Movie people
> Netflix, Amazon, Itunes.  But that is all anecdotal.
Of those who have gone to internet media.  Have most people kept basic
cable to get local news?  And is there anything you miss about not having
cable such as certain programs not available to Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, etc?
 And have you had any issues with getting close to
exceeding bandwidth limits set by providers like Comcast?


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