Cutting the Cord: Changes abound for consumers
You almost need a caddie to successfully negotiate the streaming video landscape.
That's because what's available to watch — and how to watch — changes so quickly in the Net video arena.
For instance, if you are a fan of The Hunger Games movies, as of Oct. 1 those films, will no longer be available on Netflix but on Hulu. Previously aligned with Netflix, premium movie channel Epix signed a multiyear deal with Hulu to bring movies such as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire to the streaming service, with The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 to land in the weeks ahead.
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