Amazon cancels its first live TV show ‘Style Code Live’

Amazon has decided to end their first live TV show, Style Code Live, which aired every weeknight since its debut in March of last year. The QVC-like experimental show consisted of regular hosts Lyndsey Rodrigues, Rachel Smith, Frankie Grande, and celebrity guests giving style and beauty tips which featured products that could be purchased directly from the Amazon page where the show could be streamed for free. While Amazon has built up a strong stable of on-demand original programming, they haven’t manage to find the same success with live content. That said, it’s probably safe to say this won’t be the last live show created by Amazon.

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EPIX app arrives on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick

The Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick lineup of streaming apps from cable networks is fairly robust these days. So much so that there aren’t too many major networks missing from the platform, so new network apps are rare these days. EPIX has been expected on the platform, after hinting at an upcoming app, and now they’ve finally arrived with an all new Fire TV app. Like so many cable network apps, the new EPIX app does require activation through a TV provider before you can view any of its content, but once activated, the app provides access to a very robust library of movies. Read more ›

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Amazon will stream Thursday night NFL games this year

Amazon has acquired the rights to stream this year’s 10 Thursday night NFL games. Twitter picked up the rights to Thursday night games last year for $10 million, and released a Fire TV video app for access, but now Amazon has paid $50 million for this year’s rights. CBS and NBC will each still broadcast 5 games, but Amazon will also stream the network’s coverage for free to Prime members. Amazon is rumored to be working on their own TV subscription service to compete with Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now, and the just launched YouTube TV service, so this deal with the NFL may also be a way to add a little more live sports to the lineup of their own cable service.

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Motor Trend OnDemand releases app for the Amazon Fire TV

Motor Trend OnDemand is a subscription streaming service for motorsport enthusiasts that has been available as an Amazon Channel for several months. The service has just released a dedicated app for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick for those who are subscribed directly to the $4.99 per month service. Motor Trend OnDemand streams over 800 hours annually of new motoring content, including 60+ live motorsport events. In addition to the new content, the app provides access to an archive of historical videos not available through the Amazon Channel subscription.

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NASA releases official app for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick

NASA has just released an official app for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. The app features live streams of NASA’s free television channel, as well as a live stream of the Earth from the International Space Station. in addition to the live streams, there are on demand videos to view, as well as beautiful photos from various telescopes. Read more ›

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Amazon Fire TV gets new Discovery, Science Channel, I.D., TLC, and Animal Planet apps

The Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick have just gained new apps for Discovery Channel, Science Channel, Investigation Discovery, TLC, and Animal Planet. All of these networks are owned by Discovery Communications, which is why these apps have all arrived at once. All five apps share the same layout and features; just with different programming. They require activation with a TV subscription service to unlock all content within each app, but they do offer a small selection of free content, which includes full episodes, even if you don’t activate the app. If you do unlock the app, you’ll also be able to watch a live stream of each network. Read more ›

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Cable network truTV releases new app for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick

A new app from truTV has just arrived for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. This is the comedy network’s first appearance on the Fire TV platform. The app provides both on-demand and live streaming access to the programing available through the cable network. While most of the content, including the live stream, does require the app to be activated through a subscription TV provider, the app does have some completely free content, including full episodes for free. Read more ›

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New 2017 NCAA March Madness app with Live Stream arrives on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick

College basketball fans will be happy to hear that a new NCAA March Madness app has just been released for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. The app gives access to live streams of all the games airing on TBS, TNT, and truTV. For games airing on CBS, you’ll have to use the CBS app. The March Madness app also provides on-demand game playback, highlights and behind the scenes. As you’d expect, you’ll need to activate the app with a paid TV subscription before you can watch any of the live streaming games and other content in the app. It’s compatible with all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models.

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Amazon hosting eSports tournament today at 2pm PT — Watch live with new Fire TV app


Amazon is hosting their first-ever casual mobile games eSports tournament, called Champions of Fire, today from 2pm – 9pm PT. They’ve released a new Fire TV app where you can watch the event live. Competing are 16 celebrity video game streamers who will play 5 casual mobile games for their share of a $100,000 cash prize. The games being played are Disney Crossy Road, PAC-MAN 256, Bloons TD Battles, Fruit Ninja, and 8 Ball Pool. Contestants include Boxbox, Professor Broman, Northernlion, lolRenaynay, Brian Kibler, and others. The tournament is being held at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas. If you miss the live stream, or don’t want to watch the entire 7 hour event, you can watch a two-hour special featuring highlights from the event on December 12 at 7pm PT on CBS Sports Network.

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NFL Now, NFL Game Pass, NFL Network, and NFL RedZone combine into new all-in-one NFL app for the Amazon Fire TV


The National Football League has release a brand new NFL app for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick that combines all of their various streaming content into a single app. With this new app you can access free ad-supported highlight clips through NFL Now, live game coverage via NFL Network + RedZone if you activate the app through a cable provider, and access to every NFL game back to 2012 with an NFL Game Pass subscription. The new NFL app is available on all Fire TV and Fire TV Stick models, new or old, and is a must have app for any NFL fan. Read more ›

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