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  1. Android News

    PBS announces the PBS KIDS Plug & Play streaming device for $50

    Streaming sticks like the Chromecast and Fire TV Stick are very popular these days, and now PBS has announced their own. Called the PBS KIDS Plus & Play, it offers free access to PBS KIDS’ new 24/7 channel, local PBS stations, and over 100 hours of on-demand videos with no subscriptions required.
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    Twitter partners with PBS to livestream Trump's speech to Congress

    Twitter recently got together with PBS to livestream the 2017 Inauguration Day and they'll be doing the same on the 28th of this month. This will be when Trump makes his speech to Congress and you'll be able to watch it live on Twitter.
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    Twitter will be streaming PBS' live coverage of Inauguration Day

    The presidential Inauguration Day is coming up in the United States soon and Twitter says they will be delivering the broadcast to those who use their service. Similar to how they stream football games, you'll be able to watch PBS' coverage directly through Twitter.
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    YouTube will be streaming coverage of the 2016 presidential debates

    Yesterday, we learned that ABC signed an exclusive deal to livestream the 2016 presidential debates, but that won't be your only options this year. Earlier today, YouTube announced they would be livestreaming coverage of the debates from Bloomberg, PBS, The Washington Post and Telemundo.
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    Amazon Video gets PBS Kids shows

    Amazon has announced new content for Amazon Video. Viewers can now enjoy content from PBS, including shows like Arthur and Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood.
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    T-Mobile adds PBS, YouTube Gaming and more to Binge On

    T-Mobile has added a handful of new video services to their Binge On feature which lets you watch videos without counting it toward your data. New services include Azubu, Dailymotion Games, Eyegroove, Fox Sports, PBS, PBS Kids, and YouTube Gaming. The list of Binge On services supported grows to...