Who's your favorite Muppet?

August 29, 2014 | Skip's Blog

When folks consider streaming as an alternative to cable, the discussion most often revolves around what they'll miss...what are they able to watch with cable that they might not be able to watch without?  For today's post, I'm going turn that around...what can one watch streaming, that isn't available via cable?


The answer:  a crap ton


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We Need Your Vote: SXSW 2015

August 21, 2014 | PlayOn Team's Blog

Normally we reserve our blog space to tell you about the latest PlayOn and PlayLater updates, our favorite online plugins and channels and new tips and tricks that make it easier to cut the cable cord. Today, we’re turning the tables and asking an unusual request from you, our readers and brand advocates.

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The New MyMedia for Roku: Now with Casting

August 14, 2014 | PlayOn Team's Blog

We love Roku here at PlayOn and we know a lot of you do too. This is why we are especially excited about today’s announcement.

Starting today, our new and improved MyMedia channel is available in the Roku Channel store

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Any video, any time...cast away with PlayOn!

August 8, 2014 | Skip's Blog

It's your friendly neighborhood Channel Master here, bringing another round of cool online finds (if you couldn't tell, I've been watching old spiderman cartoons with the kiddos this week).  In this week's edition of 'What to Watch', I've found a little something for everyone.  All of these sites work with the PlayOn browser extension...mark, cast or record!


Speaking of the webslinger, you can find all of the original Spiderman '67 episodes here (all three seasons!)


Spiderman 67


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PlayOn Adds Support for PlayStation 4 and Windows Phone

July 30, 2014 | PlayOn Team's Blog

We are excited to announce that PlayOn now works with the PlayStation 4! With PlayOn PS4 users can get 100+ online channels to their TV including YouTube and HBO GO. The app also lets them access other popular channels like Netflix, Hulu (no Hulu Plus subscription needed), CBS and Comedy Central and bookmark virtually any video in their PC browser to watch later.

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