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Viacom’s TV channels went off the air for 17 minutes during national walkout over gun violence

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A number of major Viacom channels, including Comedy Central, MTV, and Nickelodeon went off the air today to recognize the national student walkout in schools across America protesting gun violence. The channels went off the air for 17 minutes from 10AM to 10:17AM today.

BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, the Paramount Network, and TV Land all went off the air for precisely 17 minutes earlier today to honor the 17 students killed last month in a school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

Thousands of students around the country walked out of their classrooms today, exactly one month after the Valentine’s Day shooting. Many marched outside the White House and on Capitol Hill, some joined by pro-gun control lawmakers. Survivors from the…

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How to set up and use Channels on Nintendo Switch

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Channels on Nintendo Switch let you keep track of news, updates, tips, and guides for specific games you follow.

You can now customize your news feed on Nintendo Switch with important information for games you are most interested in. The feature is called Channels, and each Channel offers different content. For example, The New Frontier Days channel has guides and tips for using the game, while Splatoon 2’s channel offers news and updates. Here’s how to add Channels to your news feed.

How to find and add Channels on Nintendo Switch

You can find all of the Channels available so far and add them to your feed all at once.

  1. Select News from the Home screen on your Nintendo Switch.
  2. Select Find Channels in the upper right corner of the News page.

  3. Select Follow Channel next to each Channel you want to follow.

News and updates for these Channels will be added to your news feed, along with the other general news information Nintendo sends out.

How to add Channels from a news post on Nintendo Switch

If you’re browsing the news feed and come across a game that you didn’t know was coming out, or didn’t realize you’d be interested in, you can follow its Channel right from the news article.

  1. Select News from the Home screen on your Nintendo Switch.
  2. Select a news article to read.

  3. Select Follow Channel under Related Channels on the right side.

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  4. Press the Y button on your controller.
  5. Select Follow Channel in the upper right corner of the screen.

The Channel will be added to your news feed, along with other general news and information Nintendo sends out.

How to filter Channels on Nintendo Switch

Once you start following a lot of Channels, your news feed will get a bit full. You can filter your feed to only show specific Channels and to only show unread content (my favorite feature).

Note: To filter content your Switch must be running firmware version 5.0 or higher.

  1. Select News from the Home screen on your Nintendo Switch.
  2. Select Channel List at the bottom right of the screen or press the Y button on your Joy-Con controller.
  3. Select Unread Articles to filter by all unread content.
  4. Select a Channel to filter content just from that subject.

When you want to go back to your normal news feed, just select Back or hit the B button on your Joy-Con controller.

How to remove a game’s Channel from your news feed on Nintendo Switch

When you start playing a new game, its Channel will automatically be added to your feed. But, maybe you don’t care enough about a game to want to read all of the news and updates about it. You can unfollow a Channel at any time.

  1. Select News from the Home screen on your Nintendo Switch.
  2. Select Find Channels in the upper right corner of the News page.

  3. Select Following next to each Channel you want to unfollow.
  4. Select OK to confirm that you no longer want to receive news from that Channel.

You can always add the Channel again later if you change your mind.

Any questions?

Do you have any questions about Channels, what they do, or how to follow them on Nintendo Switch? Put them in the comments and we’ll help you out.

Updated March 2018: Added steps for filtering Channels.

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Google app v7.23 beta prepares alpha and beta testing program, several Pixel Bud improvements, and more notification channels [APK Teardown]

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Google just announced some major enhancements to Assistant, which predictably meant there would also be an update to the Google app coming shortly. While there aren’t any outward signs of changes after updating, there are a few interesting additions to be seen in a teardown of this update. There are several improvements coming to the Pixel Buds, users may soon get to sign up to be beta testers for new features, and there are even a few new notification channels planned.

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ABC News, Radio National channels go live on Apple Music Australia

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Apple recently expanded its Apple Music service in Australia with the addition of two live radio news channels provided by national broadcaster, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
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Hulu Live TV gains more 60fps channels, push notifications for sports

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People subscribed to Hulu’s Live TV package can now watch another 33 channels at 60 frames per second, and receive push notifications on their iPhone or iPad when a tracked sports event is about to start.
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Advertisers pull out of InfoWars’ YouTube channels

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Brands are once again beating a hasty retreat after learning that they were running ads on objectionable YouTube channels. Several big brands (including Acer, Alibaba, Fox, Nike and Paramount) have suspended ads from InfoWars' channels after CNN de…
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YouTube says new moderators might have mistakenly purged right-wing channels

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YouTube indicated that as the platform ramps up human-powered moderation efforts, new moderators may have mistakenly removed or flagged right-wing videos and channels. Bloomberg reported the news this afternoon, quoting a YouTube spokesperson saying that “as we work to hire rapidly and ramp up our policy enforcement teams throughout 2018, newer members may misapply some of our policies resulting in mistaken removals.” The spokesperson said that YouTube’s policies had not changed, and that “we’ll reinstate any videos that were removed in error.”

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Whoops: YouTube accidentally removed several alt-right channels


YouTube appears to have removed several political channels in the wake of recent events. Now it’s saying those channels were mistakenly removed by overeager moderators. I may have spoken too soon when I pointed out that YouTube’s algorithm is doing a bad job and the company needed to get more human eyes on its videos, because apparently the human moderators are just as easily confused. The Outline compiled a list of the affected channels, which include conspiracy theorists, gun hobbyists, and alt-right voices. According to YouTube, it was an accident caused by inexperienced new employees. A spokesperson told Bloomberg: As we work to…

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