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Today we cover an important question about PlayStation Vue from a listener in Dallas named Steve. He wanted to know which device was best to use with PlayStation Vue aside from a PS3 or PS4. Joel and Dennis let him know there is clear cut answer to the question.
In Cord Cutter news Google unveiled it’s latest Chromecast device. Joel and Dennis cover all the bells and whistles of this new device and let you know when it will be available for all of us to get their hands on it. Also covered, Google’s other announcements, the new CW app, and new premium channels on PlayStation Vue.
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