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Best Buy and TiVo hold hands in services and marketing

By Matthew
Jul 9, 2009
  1. A couple of mainstream news outlets have reported that TiVo is prepared to announce a partnership with Best Buy today. The reports say that under the multiyear collaboration, Best Buy will aggressively promote TiVo products in its stores. In turn, TiVo will develop a custom set-top box for the retailer to advertise its products through.

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  2. I have tivo series 2 and pay upwards of $13 a month. but i am now using hulu and boxee more and more and do not see a reason to have tivo, cable, dish or over the air channels. Just need to hook up my computer to my tv and have atleast a 2mbs conection. it is great on demand shows that i dont have to remember to record and few 12 to 30 second comericials to the whole show.

    Tivo and dvrs are dieing and will continue to die as long as hulu and boxee are free.
     
  3. tengeta

    tengeta TS Enthusiast Posts: 632

    As long as a digital VCR requires a monthly fee, I will never pay.

    PC's do it for free.
     
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