The way we consume video entertainment has changed drastically over the last few years. In fact, the entire pay-TV model is being turned upside down. It started with Netflix, YouTube, and a handful of others, and has since grown into a full-fledged streaming revolution.

The great part about this revolution is that the average person now has a ton of options at their disposal. Want to live stream a sports event? Maybe Twitter has it. Or perhaps you can log in to WatchESPn with your ISP credentials.

Need to catch the finale of Game of Thrones? Watch it on your tablet with HBO Now. Or stream it to your TV through your Roku with Sling TV. Oh, and by the way, it’s now in PlayStation Vue also.

Of course, along with the good comes the bad. Can’t have the Yin without the Yang. There’s two sides to every coin. Etc.

The “bad” is that streaming industry is changing so quickly that it’s nearly impossible to keep up with. From new services to devices to changes on the pay TV and ISP landscapes… yeah, good luck Googling and trying to keep it all straight.

But that’s why we’re here. Streaming Observer News is your independent source for the latest developments in video streaming technology. In other words, we’re here to help you stay on top of all the latest news and trends.

Started by Eric Anthony, Streaming Observer News reports on everything from Netflix to YouTube, to Hulu. Looking for informational pieces on how to legally stream certain events and channels? We have that too.

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