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NASA video shows the global spread of Australia’s wildfire smoke

NASA video shows the global spread of Australia’s wildfire smoke

NASA's climate change team has published a new animation showing the global effects of the smoke caused by the recent Australian bushfires. In the video, the space agency uses different colors to show various aerosols and their densities in different parts of the world from August 2019 to January 2020. At this point in time, NASA says some of the smoke has made it as far as the lowest parts of the stratosphere.

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Facebook Watch pens global content deal with PGA Tour

Facebook Watch pens global content deal with PGA Tour

PGA Tour has announced a new global content deal with Facebook Watch, the social media company's video streaming platform. PGA Tour describes this as an 'expansive agreement,' stating that it will use Facebook Watch to share daily highlight packages this year. The deal will kick off with the Farmers Insurance Open this week followed by highlights and recaps from more than 30 events throughout the season.

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Netflix’s Altered Carbon returns for season two in February

Netflix’s Altered Carbon returns for season two in February

Altered Carbon, the drama Netflix ordered in 2016 and premiered on its platform in 2018, will return for a second season in February, the company has announced. The team behind the series has shared a teaser for the second season on Twitter, though it doesn't reveal much information about what fans can expect. As with the first season, viewers will be able to binge-watch the next season.

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YouTube TV finally arrives on the PlayStation 4

YouTube TV finally arrives on the PlayStation 4

YouTube's streaming service YouTube TV has finally arrived on the PlayStation 4. The arrival is a welcomed one that makes a lot of sense in light of Sony's big 2019 announcement about its own OTT service: PlayStation Vue is going to be shuttered. With YouTube TV, PS4 owners can sign into their accounts and stream live television directly through the gaming console.

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Facebook Watch cancels two original scripted streaming shows

Facebook Watch cancels two original scripted streaming shows

Facebook was canceled two of its original scripted shows, both of which were available to stream exclusively on its Facebook Watch video platform. Both Limetown and Sorry For Your Loss have been given the axe despite critical praise and two well-known leading actresses. Though Facebook isn't entirely ditching the scripted video market, it is cutting down on the number of scripted shows it will offer.

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Official Pokemon ASMR video starts 2020 off right

Official Pokemon ASMR video starts 2020 off right

Love it or hate it, ASMR seems to be everywhere these days. ASMR videos have a way of popping in YouTube search results seemingly regardless of the topic, and with some of the biggest ASMR content creators getting millions of views on their videos, it's no wonder that we're now seeing big companies try to capitalize on the craze. The latest company to do so is The Pokemon Company, which today released an official Pokemon ASMR video.

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Game of Thrones prequel details include ambitious premiere date

Game of Thrones prequel details include ambitious premiere date

One of the anticipated Game of Thrones prequel shows, House of the Dragon, is still in the pipeline for an eventual launch on HBO. In a recent interview, the network's president of programming Casey Bloys provided a few details on the plan, including its anticipated premiere date in 2022. The show will be set around 300 years before the events we see in Game of Thrones.

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Samsung Galaxy S20+ specs and video spill the beans

Samsung Galaxy S20+ specs and video spill the beans

A video of a hands-on experience with the Samsung Galaxy S20+ was leaked today along with clear photos of the device near a Galaxy S10+. We've constructed a near-complete basic specifications sheet for the Samsung Galaxy S20+ as well. That'll give us a basic idea of what the half-way point will be between the least and the most extravagant models of Galaxy S20 when the Samsung event reveals all on February 11th.

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CBS reveals Tooning Out the News animated show from Stephen Colbert

CBS reveals Tooning Out the News animated show from Stephen Colbert

ViacomCBS has announced an ambitious and unique new animated series from executive producers Stephen Colbert, formerly of the Colbert Report, and Chris Licht of The Late Show. Despite the fact that it is animated, the new show will cover news topics the same day they happen, something made possible by the magic that is computer animation technology. As you may expect, CBS All Access will be the home for this new series.

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Hulu reveals when it will get FX’s massive content library

Hulu reveals when it will get FX’s massive content library

In November, Disney revealed that it is bringing the vast FX catalog to its streaming service Hulu. Though some FX shows have already been available to stream on Hulu, this new transition will bring the network's back catalog to the platform -- what amounts to around 1,600 episodes across a few dozen shows. Now we finally know when those episodes will arrive on the streaming service.

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YouTube TV gets an important guide update, but only on desktop

YouTube TV gets an important guide update, but only on desktop

YouTube TV subscribers are enjoying a newly launched live guide that better meets the needs of subscribers. According to YouTube, it updated its guide based specifically on the feedback it was receiving from its customers, making it possible for them to better leverage the service's cloud DVR feature. In addition to seeing what is currently playing, users can also see what the future holds.

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Disney+ now streams Star Wars 1-8 for Rise of Skywalker theater run

Disney+ now streams Star Wars 1-8 for Rise of Skywalker theater run

Star Wars Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker premiered in theaters last Thursday - today, The Last Jedi hit Disney+. This is the first time The Last Jedi was made available on Disney+ since the launch of the service. Before now, Disney+ had 1-3 (prequels), 4-6 (original trilogy), and 7 (The Force Awakens). Now the very few people that've not yet seen Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker can watch all previous Skywalker Saga films in a row before the final episode - so many hours of content!

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