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We’re diving into the world of video streaming on this week’s GeekWire radio show.

Rob Toledo, editor-in-chief of, in the KIRO Radio Studios. (Photo: Erynn Rose)
Rob Toledo, editor-in-chief of, in the KIRO Radio studios. (Photo: Erynn Rose)

Our guest in the studio is Rob Toledo, the editor-in-chief of, a site based in Seattle that covers Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, HBO and many other streaming services.

We talk about the state of video streaming, discuss the latest streaming news (HBO Now on Android!), and offer some practical advice for people in various stages of cutting the cord. (Pro tip from one of our listeners: Don’t forget about DVDs from the library.)

Our App of the Week is a great tool for figuring out where you can download or stream your favorite shows: Can I Stream It?

That conversation begins in the second segment of the show, following our weekly news roundup, covering topics including Uber and Lyft at SeaTac Airport; the debut of the Bannerman “bouncer on demand” service in Seattle; and Amazon Prime’s launch of free same-day delivery.

Listen below or download directly via this MP3 file.

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