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BritBox Hits 400,000 Subscribers

At this week’s IBC Conference for media, entertainment, and technology, BritBox exec Tim Davie announced that the streaming service has passed the 400,000 subscriber mark. This news comes just six months after we announced BritBox reaching 250,000 subscribers in March of this year. Davies went on to tell the IBC Conference crowd that he plans […]

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Microsoft Expands Internet Access to Rural Areas

Residents of rural areas in South Dakota will soon be benefiting from access to broadband internet services. To make the move toward offering service, Microsoft has partnered with Network Business Systems. On Thursday, the two companies announced their partnership in an effort to bring internet service to around 126,700 residents in rural communities throughout Iowa, […]

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What Cord Cutters Need to Know About the Future of 4K Over-the-Air TV (Guest Post)

Todays post is a guest post from the great team over at Laura Slater is one of the cord cutting experts at and has been blissfully cable-free since 2010. She enjoys sharing the money saving tips and tricks she’s learned to help others join the cord cutting revolution. One of the biggest buzzwords in television these […]

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AT&T Watch TV Plans to Launch Additional Packages in 2018

This week, the AT&T’s Chief Executive Randall Stephenson sat down with The Wall Street Journal. Many of our readers took the story as a push about how cord cutting costs a lot. We broke down how Cord Cutting is saving Americans more than ever HERE, but there was one interesting announcement in the interview. According to Randall Stephenson, […]

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Our Rebuttal To The WSJ Story: ‘Cord-Cutters Beware: Streaming TV Prices Are Marching Higher’

Yesterday, The Wall Street Journal reported on the recent price hikes from several streamings services. Recently, Netflix went up $1 a month and DIRECTV NOW went up $5 a month. The Wall Street Journal pushed a story this week titled “Cord-Cutters Beware: Streaming TV Prices Are Marching Higher” and many of our readers took it […]

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