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How does media content on media streamers work?
Hi recently i have been looking into the many media streamers available that could possibly replace my satellite tv receiver. So far i have been thinking between Apple TV, Roku 3, and Amazon Fire. I am confused by the fact that they all provide many sources of entertainment such as netflix and hulu but i am asumming that you need a subscription to those providers already in order to view the content but im not entirely sure. I was wondering which of those 3 devices are the best in your eyes as well as is there any free content available on these devides and if so is there a lot?
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