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Wednesday, July 17, 2024

TheaterByte Update: We’re Back in the Saddle Again

Just a quick note to our loyal readers to let everyone know that, as you can see, rumors of our death were greatly exaggerated. It was a tough month here at TheaterByte that began with a major security breach on our server and eventually morphed into all sorts of other problems that ended up taking us offline for a little over a month. Fortunately, we only lost a week’s worth of content in the ordeal even though we weren’t able to post anything for nearly a month and the website just wouldn’t cooperate. But, we are back, we are stronger and better than ever on faster hardware with new, hardened security measures in place, and optimized software on the back-end to help serve you better, because that has always been our goal from day one. We kicked off today with our long queued up review of the DISH Hopper 3 from our editor-at-large Chris Chiarella, and we have some older and newer articles ready to go. Thanks for sticking with us!



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