This company is bringing back the stand-alone DVR—and it’s targeting cord-cutters

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This company is bringing back the stand-alone DVR—and it’s targeting cord-cutters

Post by Admin » Tue Nov 14, 2023 6:34 am

A quarter century ago, digital video recorders such as TiVo changed the way people watched TV.

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DVRs allowed viewers to pause live television, binge on entire seasons of their favorite shows long before Netflix even offered streaming, and fast-forward through annoying ad breaks—much to the chagrin of media executives.

Now The E.W. Scripps Company, which owns Court TV and Ion, among other video channels, is looking to bring back some of that early DVR magic. This fall, it released a new $100 device dubbed Tablo, which allows consumers to record programming from such networks as ABC, NBC, and CBS, as well as Scripps’ own TV networks, and then stream the recordings to any television or mobile device inside their homes.

Learn more: https://www.fastcompany.com/90980777/this-company-is-bringing-back-the-standalone-dvr...


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