What Will Apple's Streaming Service Mean For Netflix And Hulu? Apple's announcement that it would enter the competitive world of video streaming services has Sam wondering what the future of TV looks like. He's joined by 'Invisibilia' hosts Alix Spiegel and Hanna Rosin, who are digging into how our minds fill in gaps when something is unknown.
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Weekly Wrap: Streaming Service Wars, Plus How Our Minds Handle The Unknown

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Weekly Wrap: Streaming Service Wars, Plus How Our Minds Handle The Unknown

Weekly Wrap: Streaming Service Wars, Plus How Our Minds Handle The Unknown

Weekly Wrap: Streaming Service Wars, Plus How Our Minds Handle The Unknown

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Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook and Oprah Winfrey stand onstage during a company product launch event where Apple announced the launch of its new video streaming service. Michael Short/Getty Images hide caption

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Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook and Oprah Winfrey stand onstage during a company product launch event where Apple announced the launch of its new video streaming service.

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Apple's announcement that it would enter the uber-competitive world of video streaming services has Sam wondering what the future of streaming looks like. He's joined by Invisibilia hosts Alix Spiegel and Hanna Rosin, who are digging into how our minds fill in gaps when something is unknown.