Jefferson Graham USA TODAY Published 5:01 AM EDT Mar 21, 2019 LOS ANGELES — To stream or not to stream? It's no longer a huge question among consumers, as a combined 300 million plus subscribers now pay monthly for services like Netflix, Hulu, Apple Music and Spotify. But as a big study pointed out this week, the days of folks happily paying for multiple services could be in for a crash landing. Apple is expected to join the fray Monday with the sneak peek of a new entertainment subscription service to take on Netflix, featuring programming from the likes of Steven Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon; and later in the year, Disney and Warner Media are looking to launch high profile services that will further compete for your dollars. How to decide between all the offerings? We offer a cheat sheet of prices and pros/cons for the top services. Netflix Prices: starts at $8.99, $12.99 for HD on 2 screens or $15.99 for 4K and four … [Read more...] about Netflix, Amazon, Hulu: What streaming services should you subscribe to?
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0 Have your say The Democrats face a choice between a progressive, liberal candidate for the 2020 presidential election who could inspire the nation with a new vision or a centrist who has a better chance of defeating Donald Trump, writes Henry McLeish. After the chaos of two years of Donald Trump, the Democratic Party, energised by winning control of the House of Representatives, is witnessing an unprecedented number of candidates either declaring, testing the water or setting up exploratory committees to become the Democratic candidate for the 2020 Presidential election.The scale of this “I want to be President” movement – there are more than 40 – is staggering and reflects a growing mood of confidence among Democrats who were shocked, angry and disillusioned by Hillary Clinton’s defeat. The mood of the country is changing. Trump’s approval ratings continue to decline. His loyal base is starting to slowly erode. The Democrats … [Read more...] about Donald Trump poses a globally important dilemma for Democrats – Henry McLeish