Plex Blog

Category: Live TV & DVR

December 7, 2017 27 comentários

For the millions of people who’ve recently cut the cord and those who are cord cutter curious…we’ve been making improvements to Live TV and DVR to make it easier and all around more kick-ass. With the recent improvements we’ve made,...

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October 12, 2017 30 Comments

We’ve devoted countless hours to enhancing Plex in order to connect people to the media that they love, including your regularly scheduled programming. If you’re a Plex Pass subscriber streaming Live TV on any number of devices supporting it, you...

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September 6, 2017 123 Comments

If you were thinking about ditching your cable service (or already have), you’ll notice there isn’t one place for everything — you have to switch apps for Live TV and DVR, streaming services, and your own media. Keeping up with...

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August 2, 2017 136 Comments

Who here hasn’t dreamt of being a Time Lord? And who among us hasn’t watched endless YouTube videos in search of that elusive 1.21 gigawatt mod for their Honda Civic? We can’t quite include a TARDIS with your Plex Pass...

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June 1, 2017 726 Comments

Since we launched Plex DVR back in September, we’ve been hard at work turning it into the best DVR on the planet — it’s hard work keeping track of all those TV schedules and herding those teams of tuners toward...

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November 1, 2016 17 Comments

If you’re wondering how frighteningly busy (warning: we still have lots of terrible Halloween puns on the brain) we’ve been this past month, you needn’t look further than our Release Announcements forum, where you can see we’ve made updates to...

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September 15, 2016 16 Comments

That moment when you realize you’ve got so much great stuff to share that a single post couldn’t possibly contain it all… that’s when you write the third installment of our first-ever “September to Remember” Blog-a-Palooza Blogfest 2016!!! (Yeah, I...

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September 1, 2016 297 Comments

Love is in the air. Well, not actual love per se, but the closest digital approximation, which is free, high definition media. In these days of wine, roses, and open WiFi networks, we tend to forget there’s an entire range...

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