Your Complete Guide to Satellite HDTV

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By having satellite TV, viewers will always have a choice. They have numerous channels to select from and they can personalize their lineup with an array of premium sports and movie packages. Several satellite TV providers even offer commercial-free music stations. Read More

Streaming Service


DIRECTV NOW is a live streaming, or over-the-top service that provides 120+ live TV channels, premium programming choices and the means to access more than 20,000 On Demand titles. No credit score assessment or annual agreement is needed and you may cancel whenever you want.

Just create a registered account, choose a plan with the plan and premium networks you want, and start watching on a supported internet browser or device. For more information on account creation, please visit DIRECTV NOW website to sign up.

Using DIRECTV NOW, you’ll be able to stream simultaneously on up to two devices. If you cancel during the free trial period, you’re not going to be charged for the plan you chose.

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HDTV Reviews:

Get the latest information on the latest TV options available in the market. Know what to buy and what to expect. Also, get the best pricing and information on TV models available for different TV brands. Make the best and wise move when it comes to getting quality entertainment and quality equipment.

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Latest HDTV News From The Blog

Golden Globe Nominations: Snubs and Surprises

If you’re not a film/television enthusiast, you probably think the current season is Autumn. Technically, that’s correct. If, however, you do consider yourself a film/television enthusiast, you know what season it really is: awards season. Here at HDTV Professor, that means it’s one of our favorite times of the year. It’s a time to celebrate all of the great films/shows/actors that enrich all of our lives. To be clear, if you’re looking to awards shows to accurately reflect the best films and shows of the year, you’re being a little naive. You don’t even have to travel far back in time to find
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Shows That Lost Their Leading Actor

House of Cards is one of the most acclaimed shows of this decade. Not only is it one of the most acclaimed shows of this decade, it may go down in television history as a game-changer in film/television history, since it was the first show produced by a streaming service (Netflix, obviously). Despite waning fandom as the series progressed--hardly uncommon--”Cards” seemed to have cemented its legacy in television history. And then the now infamous BuzzFeed story about Kevin Spacey got published. In the wake of his outing as a serial sexual predator in the midst of the #MeToo movement, Spacey gave The
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Olaf’s Frozen Misadventure

Back in the early days of cinema, it was pretty common for feature films to be preceded by a short film. This practice mostly died off in the 1950s, thanks mostly to the rise of television. In today’s world, it’s incredibly uncommon to see a short film before the feature starts; just a seemingly endless barrage of commercials and trailers. There is, however, one studio that reliably produces short films to go along with their features: Pixar. And just like the feature films they release, the short films that correspond with each feature tend to be high-quality. In fact, Pixar has won
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December Television Preview

December. For some businesses, it’s the busiest time of the year. Think any business related to toys, electronics, or retail. For other businesses, it’s the slowest time of the year. Speaking from my personal experience as a blogger, it’s historically a lot harder to get webmasters and publishers to open their emails this month. If you’re waiting on responses, good luck. [caption id="attachment_3794" align="aligncenter" width="500"] “What’s the deal with email?! Is it electronic, or is it mail??”[/caption] If you work in the retail business this time of year, my condolences. This is most certainly the most stressful segment of the year. If, however, you
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