PlayStation Vue to shut down, Apple TV Plus launches
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The Streamable reports that Playstation Vue will officially shut down on January 30th, 2020.
After failed attempts to find a buyer, the four-year old service will instead go dark.
Playstation Vue paved the way for many copy-cat live TV streaming services But will become the first major one to call it quits.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has tweeted a thread explaining that the company will no longer host any kind of political advertising on the site, saying political message reach should be earned not bought.
And finally, Apple TV plus has launched with a handful of titles including the star studded morning show with Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell.
There's also see starring Jason Mumma.
Neither have fared well with critics though, for all mankind.
The drama about the space race is getting praised, though.
Apple TV plus cost $5 a month.
New purchasers of certain Apple hardware like an iPhone or Apple TV can qualify for a free year of the service.
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