Philip Palermo

Philip has spent most of the past two decades as a journalist and photographer. Before joining the team at Cord Cutters News, he worked for Engadget and Reviews.com. Philip cut the cord years ago and hasn't looked back since.

News / 1 month ago

New FCC Filings Could Point to Google’s ‘Sabrina’ Android TV Device

Featured image: XDA Developers Recent FCC submissions add to the mounting evidence that Google is prepping an Android TV-based streaming device that c…
News / 1 month ago

Evoca Aims for Early Access of ATSC 3.0 Pay TV Service on Sept. 1

Evoca, the new company aiming to leverage ATSC 3.0 to offer pay TV service, is currently offering early access to its service, with a goal of going li…
News / 1 month ago

Nvidia’s Shield TV Might Be Shielded from Android TV’s Home Screen Ads Feature

Earlier this month, we reported on a new feature coming to Android TV devices that autoplays teaser videos on the home screen. The new feature is mean…
News / 1 month ago

HBO Max Releases First Trailer for ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’

As part of this weekend’s DC FanDome online event, HBOMax has released the first full trailer for the Zack Snyder version of Justice League. Tit…
News / 1 month ago

Weekend Wrap Up: Top Cord Cutting Stories from This Week

This week, we highlighted Pluto TV’s revamped lineup, our own Roku streaming device comparison, Netflix’s new shuffle button test, streami…
Reviews / 1 month ago

Roku vs. Roku: Four Streaming Devices Compared Head to Head (to Head to Head)

Roku’s current lineup of dedicated streaming devices runs the gamut of price points and features. At one end, the low-priced option goes for abo…
News / 1 month ago

The Disorder Channel Shines Spotlight on Rare Diseases

A film-festival-turned-streaming-channel is highlighting life with rare diseases through short documentaries, movies, shows, and more. Launched earlie…
News / 1 month ago

Google Is Asking FCC to Approve 17-State 6GHz Network Test

In a recent request to the Federal Communications Commission, Google is apparently aiming to conduct a broadband network test in several US states. It…
News / 1 month ago

Court Says Charter Can Charge Streaming Companies Interconnect Fees

A federal appeals court ruled that Charter can start charging streaming video companies for interconnect fees, overturning a condition of the 2016 mer…
News / 2 months ago

Charter Tells FCC Some Customers Enjoy Data Caps, Usage-Based Pricing

In recent comments to the Federal Communications Commission, Charter Communications continued to build a case for its request to…