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Jan. 14, 2023

Jon Maddox from Channels a Look Back at 2022 and What is Ahead for 2023 for Channels – HGG558

Jon Maddox from Channels a Look Back at 2022 and What is Ahead for 2023 for Channels – HGG558

Jon Maddox from Channels (https://getchannels.com) joins this week on the podcast. We have lots of follow-up from our October 2021 show as Jon talks about the most important things added to Channels DVR and what we can look forward to in 2023.


Jon Maddox from Channels (https://getchannels.com) joins this week on the podcast. We have lots of follow-up from our October 2021 show as Jon talks about the most important things added to Channels DVR and what we can look forward to in 2023. Even a little VR conversation at the end. He has a surprise recommendation as well. Thanks for listening!
 



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About Channels:
Channels DVR is a software program for the Apple TV and other devices that allows users to record and watch live TV. It is a digital video recorder (DVR) that can be used to record and watch live television on a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, and streaming devices. Some of the benefits of using Channels DVR include the ability to record and watch live TV, schedule recordings, and watch recordings on any device with the Channels app. Additionally, since the DVR runs on a network-attached storage (NAS) device, users can access their recordings from anywhere on their home network and share them with other devices.
Channels compares to the rest of the DVR space in these 5 ways:
Compatibility: Channels DVR is compatible with a wide range of devices including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, and web browsers.
Recording options: It allows users to record live TV, schedule recordings, and record multiple channels at once.
Flexibility: Channels DVR runs on a network-attached storage (NAS) device, which means that users can access their recordings from anywhere on their home network and share them with other devices.
User interface: The Channels DVR app has a user-friendly interface that makes it easy for users to find and watch their recordings.
Integration: Channels DVR integrates with other streaming services and apps, making it easy to find and watch your favorite shows and movies.
In general, Channels DVR is a solid option for people looking for a flexible and easy-to-use DVR solution. It is particularly well-suited for people who want to be able to record and watch live TV on a variety of devices, and who want to be able to access their recordings from anywhere on their home network.
Some additional considerations:
Cost: Channels DVR requires a one-time purchase for the app and a monthly subscription for the guide data, whereas other DVRs may have ongoing monthly or yearly fees.
Hardware: Channels DVR runs on a network-attached storage (NAS) device, meaning users need to have a NAS device or purchase one separately. Other DVRs may have a built-in hard drive or a streaming device as...