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If you distrust what the mainstream media is telling you, and you like a right-leaning tilt to your news, TheBlaze is something you should check out. With a lineup of personalities including Glenn Beck, Dave Rubin, Eric Bolling, and Mark Levin, it’s a destination for those who want ammo in their efforts to own the libs.


What is TheBlaze?

Founded by conservative provocateur Glenn Beck, TheBlaze started life as an internet streaming network following Beck’s departure from Fox News in 2011, and has since evolved into a full media company, with the TV network, officially called Blaze TV, only being once piece of it. Though it’s emerged as a home for those who want to be free of Fox News’s slight guardrails, it’s also noteworthy of late for launching Tomi Lahren’s career—she moved from TheBlaze to Fox News Channel in 2017.

How to stream Blaze TV live: Watch right-wing news online

Pluto TV is a free internet TV service that provides users with the same sort of experience provided to subscribers of paid streaming services like Sling, Fubo, and Hulu. Pluto doesn’t offer you all the channels you might expect from a streaming service, but you will see a lot of familiar options alongside some upstart channels you’ve never heard of before. Pluto TV offers a myriad of channels including CNN, NBC News, Eleven Sports, PGA Tour, and RT America. There are also tons of on-demand series and movies to binge including Cold Case Files, Leverage, MST3K, and Hell’s Kitchen among countless others. 


AppleTV is Apple’s answer to Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Nvidia Shield, and the countless other streaming devices on the market. Not only is it a user-friendly way to stream 4K TV shows and movies, it’s a great way to sync up your streaming library to Apple devices including iPhone, iPad, and MacBook. Cinematic in every sense, this streaming device comes complete with Siri so you can control it with your voice. And with Apple Arcade, it’s one of the few streaming devices that also serves as a gaming destination. It’s more than just a streaming device, it’s a multimedia powerhouse.


Amazon Fire TV is Amazon’s line of digital media player consoles, which cover whatever your streaming needs may be. Not only are these devices one of the easiest ways to stream Amazon’s massive Prime Video library, but it hosts a large number of channel apps including Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, HBO Now, Crackle, Showtime, YouTube, iHeartRadio, and many more. Fire TV comes with an easy-to-use remote complete with voice commands. It’s a great first-time cord-cutter’s must-have.


Roku may just be the most ubiquitous brand in streaming in large part because it’s both user-friendly and its many models satisfy even the tiniest budgets. The quick and easy setup lets you get your stream on right out of the box, simply plug and play. You can build channel profiles based on your watch habits, with apps for everything from Disney+ to Prime Video, and of course, Netflix and Hulu. It works fantastic as a portable grab-and-go device like Roku Express or Roku Ultra or as built-in operating system like Roku-enabled TVs.


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*First Published: May 1, 2020, 12:24 pm

Phil West

Phil West is a sports reporter and the author of two books on soccer, ‘The United States of Soccer,’ and ‘I Believe That We Will Win,’ both from The Overlook Press. His work has appeared most recently in MLSSoccer.com, Pro Soccer USA, Texas Highways, and Howler. Based in Austin, he is also a lecturer in the Writing Program at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

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