All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘cord cutting’

Cord-Cutting, Twitter, And The TV Experience

Cord-cutting, for those who may not be in-the-know, refers to “cutting” the cable cord in favor of sating one’s lust for television programming in a different manner, usually through pay-per-view services or the Internet. The practice has been steadily growing in popularity over the years, with many people turning to Internet options in particular. (Whether or not those options are …

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NFL Sunday Ticket On YouTube? Yes, Please.

Before we get too far ahead of ourselves here, let’s be clear right up front. As far we know, this is not something that is currently in the cards. But… DirecTV’s contract with the NFL, which makes it the exclusive provider of NFL Sunday Ticket, which gives football fans access to every NFL game live, is set to expire at …

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Is Cord Cutting Really Happening?

With consumers continuing to be unhappy with cable providers, a trend known as “cord-cutting” has quickly risen up. The concept has gained a lot of attention over the past couple of years especially since more Internet alternatives have become available.

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Aereo Will Let You Stream Live TV To Your Phone, Tablet Or PC

Aereo is a new service launching next month, that could be another step in the greater cord cutting trend. It lets you stream local broadcast channels to your mobile device, tablet or PC. It’s starting out in New York, but one would expect it to expand. Here’s the company’s stated mission: One day, a group of brilliant engineers at Aereo …

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