The goat trend sweeping the nation, Amazon’s 5 new pilots, and anime Death Note
This is the 39th episode of the Stream Team Show, hosted by Saeed and Cherie Gatson.
In this episode:
- Goat yoga is the new fad sweeping the nation…and it all originated in Eugene, OR (shocker!).
- You get a ‘say’ in what Amazon pilots you want to see make it across the finish line.
- And Saeed finally wins Cherie over with anime series Death Note.
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Question of the week: Is it time to get rid of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick?
One PR fail after another for Uber
The embattled ride-hail company logged another controversy on when Bloomberg News published dashcam video of CEO Travis Kalanick arguing with his own Uber driver over the company’s treatment of drivers, prompting a mea culpa from him on Tuesday night. — The Guardian
Yoga and goats…nuff said
Have you ever been in the middle of an intense yoga session, looked around at your fellow yogis and wondered to yourself, “Where are all the goats? Why are there all these people doing yoga, but there aren’t any goats busy doing goat stuff at the same time?”
Well you no longer have to wonder because in classic Oregon fashion, someone filled a void in the marketplace that no one realized even existed or needed filling. — That Oregon Life
What We’re Streaming
Created by: Tsugumi Ohba
Starring: Mamoru Miyano, Brad Swaile, Vincent Tong
White Rabbit Project
Created by: Beyond Television Productions
Starring: Tory Belleci, Kari Byron, Grant Imahara
The Latest in Streaming
Amazon’s launching 5 new pilots and letting you decide their fate
“…the streaming platform kicks off its 2017 pilot season on March 17, with five prototypes for new series, including a period drama from the creators of Gilmore Girls.” — USA Today
YouTube wants a piece of the TV pie
YouTube used to be the place you could watch almost anything you wanted, for free. Now YouTube wants to be the place that sells you TV. Google’s video site is taking the wraps off YouTube TV, it’s new $35-a-month TV service that will package a bundle of channels from the broadcast networks and some cable networks. — Recode
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