TiVo Announcements

Just in time for the College Bowl Season, TiVo has added to the TiVo Collections: “College Bowl Games 2014.” With 39 games being played between December 20 and January 12, and with multiple games taking place on any given day, it has become more challenging for fans to catch their favorite teams’ performances. With the “College Bowl Games 2014” collection, college football fans don’t have to miss a play between the holiday get-togethers and family gatherings, including the first ever College Football Playoff National Championship! TiVo Roamio and Premiere customers Continue Reading

As Letterman packs up his belongings and CBS begins renovation plans on the studio, Stephen Colbert bid adieu to nine years at Comedy Central as host of The Colbert Report. Joining in on the celebration was his usual raucous audience, as well as a host of singing celebrities. Utilizing our live + same day second-by-second viewing data, TiVo Research & Analytics determined the Top Five Moments from the Colbert Report’s final episode that resonated most with our subscribers. Here is that list:   11:31 pm – Jon Stewart introduces Colbert Continue Reading

Christmas is coming quicker than you can shout “Santa! I know him!”; but, there’s still time to enjoy all your holiday favorites and discover some new ones with our four Christmas collections: “Classic Christmas Chestnuts”: Relive your favorite holiday memories with your family or create new ones with a selection of the most famous Christmas movies and specials of all time. “DIY Christmas”: Learn how to cook the perfect Christmas dinner or to decorate your home with fun Christmas crafts with our collection of Do-It-Yourself Christmas specials. “The Naughty List”: Continue Reading

  Last night, NBC aired a live telecast of the beloved J. M. Barrie story, Peter Pan. If you didn’t get a chance to check it out, take a look at top moments from Peter Pan Live! below:     8:10pm – Peter Pan makes his first appearance flying into the Darling children’s bedroom in search of his shadow. 8:02pm – The opening shot of Wendy dancing with her brother John as the camera peers through the bedroom window and Minnie Driver (adult Wendy) narrates. 9:03pm – Wendy lives! The Continue Reading

By Susan Cuccinello This Thursday, in many homes across America, attention will be split between what’s happening in the kitchen – where Thanksgiving meal prep will be underway – and what’s happening on the nearest video screen – which may well be tuned to NBC’s coverage of the 88th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade® in New York City.   While there will be several regional and local Thanksgiving parades taking place, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is one of the oldest and dates back to 1924; televised coverage began in 1952.   Although Continue Reading

Last night’s American Music Awards show brought the stars together for a night of many performances, laughs and even cries. From Selena Gomez’s heart-wrenching performance of “The Heart Wants What it Wants,” to Taylor Swift and Iggy Azalea hitting the stage, the night was filled with A+ performances by your favorite artists. Didn’t get a chance to check out the show? Check out TiVo’s Top Moments below!   8:05pm – Taylor Swift’s performance of “Blank Space” opens the AMAs and ranks as TiVo’s Top Moment in the awards show. 8:21pm Continue Reading

Including Access to Amazon Prime Instant Video TiVo is now bringing the new Amazon Instant Video app to TiVo Roamio and TiVo Mini devices offering access to the entire Amazon Prime Instant Video library including Amazon Original Series Alpha House and Transparent as well as kid’s original series Tumble Leaf, Creative Galaxy and Annedroids, at no additional cost to TiVo subscribers who are Amazon Prime members. The Amazon Instant Video app for TiVo features an HD interface. In addition to Amazon Original Series, Amazon Prime members can enjoy unlimited streaming Continue Reading

The following blog contains over seven Game of Thrones quotes. Can you spot them all? The headlines continue to permeate the media landscape on virtually a daily basis: Nielsen Seven Month Glitch… NBC Wants a Do-over… Nielsen Says Rentrak Doesn’t Let Facts Get in the Way… Rentrak Fires Back… Hodor! Hodor! As we all know, words are wind, but sometimes that wind can be very biting. “…We’re still doing TV ratings on something more analogous to political polling,” says Time Magazine columnist James Poniewozik in a recent Public Radio International Continue Reading

The midterm elections have come and gone. Like with any other contest, there were winners and there were losers. If you’re like me, and you voted, it doesn’t matter whom you voted for because you’re still a winner. With only 36.3 percent of eligible voters actually voting (according to early estimates by the United States Elections Project), you get to enjoy one of the best feelings in the world…superiority. Don’t worry, it’s not the bad kind that makes you want to take over the world. It’s the good kind—the kind Continue Reading

Last night San Francisco brought it home, and oh, it’s all because of Taylor Swift! In 2010 the Giants won their first World Series title since relocating to the Bay Area, and Taylor Swift dropped an album. Ever since, every Taylor Swift album release gracefully accompanied a Giants World Series title. Coincidence? No way! The World Series left fans of both teams on the edge of their seats, with the game running until the 9th inning of game 7. Although game 7 could have been anyone’s, the Giants took the Continue Reading

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