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Samsung shuts down its streaming video service after just one year

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So many video streaming services, so little time. Samsung's Milk Video appears to be finding it a tough crowd to break into and has announced on the app's Google Play listing that it'll be shuttering the service come November 20 -- which should have been the app's first birthday. Until then, the app will continue to offer up the likes of movie trailers, live music shows and content made by the likes of College Humor and Buzzfeed. If that sounds an awful lot like Youtube, then you can probably see the issue. Samsung maintains that its Milk music service will continue to run for the time being -- which is a completely different fight.

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