Parents, entertaining your children just became a little easier whether it’s on your iPad, Roku, Apple TV.
A Nickelodeon Streaming Site
Viacom has announced their intention to launch a Nickelodeon streaming service, bringing all of your kids favorites to your media players.
It gets better, cord-cutters. You will not need any kind of cable package to subscribe to the Nickelodeon streaming service. So soon Spongebob, Dora the Explorer, Bubble Guppies, Peppa Pig, and more will be available as a standalone package with no cable subscription required.
Further details about this service will be revealed later this month and we will keep you informed, but for now, all we know is that the service is slated to available in March.
Get Your Network Ready for Nickelodeon Streaming
While this is definitely good news for parents, your Nickelodeon streaming service isn’t going to be worth much without a proper wireless router backing it up. I’m not sure if you kids are patient and like buffering and interruptions but we know ours are not!
As the brief above video demonstrates, a FlashRouter is the solution that any ailing wireless network needs. Our open-source enhanced DD-WRT and Tomato-flashed routers are at the ready, eager to revolutionize the way you use your internet-ready devices.
Extend your wireless range, access advanced security options, and control your bandwidth allocation (a real useful trick for people who stream a lot of media), all with a FlashRouter. Get a FlashRouter in conjunction with a FlashRouter-supported VPN, and you’ll ensure your online security and enable yourself to watch the Nickelodeon streaming service from anywhere in the world.
The quickest way to whittle down our list of exceptional routers to a manageable level is to look at our recent best-sellers list (though there’s really no wrong way to pick out a FlashRouter). You’ll find excellent economy models like the Cisco Linksys E2500 N600 TomatoUSB Router, as well as earth-shakers like the brand new speed demon known as the Asus RT-87U DD-WRT AC2400.
The Nickelodeon streaming service is coming soon, parents. Get those wireless networks in order.