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Facebook's first Super Bowl ad will reportedly star Sylvester Stallone, Chris Rock
The ad is reportedly about Facebook's Groups feature.The ad, which is said to feature Chris Rock and Sylvester Stallone, would be Facebook's first purchase of Super Bowl air time and would promote its Groups feature.
Last night, Fox apps were, which left users who were planning to watch Super Bowl LIV via those apps scrambling. While Fox and Roku work out their differences, the NFL says there is nothing to worry about. The league will , NFL spokesman Alex Riethmiller told Fast Company.
There is one caveat: the NFL app won't stream the game in 4K HDR. If you refuse to watch the big game in anything but 4K, you can check outvia cable and satellite TV, streaming or online livestreams.
The Fox and Roku dispute began yesterday when Fox sent antelling them that the standalone Fox apps wouldn't be available as of January 31st, due to an agreement between the companies expiring. A Fox spokesperson called the notification a "poorly timed negotiating ploy" and "a naked effort to use its customers as pawns." Regardless of how this ends for Fox and Roku, you don't need to worry about missing out on the gameday action.
Roku predicts half of US households with a TV will cut the cord by 2024 .
The company’s ad business continues to thrive“We have now entered the streaming decade when we believe consumers around the world will choose streaming as their primary way of viewing TV,” Roku CEO Anthony Wood wrote in his letter to investors. Roku believes that by 2024, half of all US households with a TV will have either cut the cord or never had cable to begin with.
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