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Philo Just Added 3 New Networks to Their $20 Package

Today Philo announced that they have added 3 new networks to their $20 live TV package. These new networks are aspireTV, REVOLT, and UPtv and join the other great channels already available on Philo. Here is how Philo describes these new networks: aspireTV:  aspireTV is the television entertainment network from Earvin “Magic” Johnson that reflects the […]

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fuboTV Has More Than Doubled in Size Over The Last Year

Recently fuboTV announced their 3rd quarter earnings and subscriber numbers. According to that report over the last year, fuboTV doubled in size with almost 250,000 paid subscribers in September 2018 vs 100,000 in September 2017. Fubo TV reportedly added 30,000 subscribers in the 3rd quarter of 2018. With that, they say their revenue rate of $102 million in […]

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Hoopla Digital’s CEO Jeff Jankowski Talks About The Future of Their Free Cord Cutting Service

Recently I had an opportunity to interview Jeff Jankowski the CEO and President of hoopla Digital. So what is hoopla digital? hoopla digital teams up with local libraries to offer free streaming for members of more than 1,600 public library systems across North America. Public libraries are a great resource for cord cutters—not only for free DVD […]

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Cord Cutting This Week 47 – AT&T’s Netflix Competitor, What Can Save PlayStation Vue?, & More

Join Cord Cutters News every Saturday as we take a look back at some of the biggest Cord Cutting Stories from the past week. Now, remember these are my opinions on them not an in-depth look at each story. If you would like to learn more about each story check out the links below. Today we […]

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Apple’s New Cord Cutting Service Will Be FREE for iPhone & Apple TV Owners

This week it was reported by CNBC that Apple’s long-awaited streaming service will be free to iPhone, Apple TV, and iPad owners. According to reports, Apple is spending about $1 billion on content for their on-demand streaming service. This includes partnerships with stars like Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon. According to CNBC, the new shows […]

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