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Here Are the Top 10 Subscription Cord Cutting Services

Recently the research firm Parks Associates released their updated list of the top 10 paid TV subscription services. According to this new report, we have a small shakeup in the lleaderboardas HBO Now and Starz jump into the number 4 and number 5 spots. Here are the top 10 subscription streaming services in the United States […]

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Sling TV & Dish Accuse AT&T Of Using HBO As An ‘Economic Weapon’

Today Dish Network the parent company of Sling TV help their 3rd quarter 2018 earnings call. During that call Dish Network’s Chairman, Charlie Ergen dived into their current fight with AT&T over HBO. According to Mr. Ergen AT&T is demanding unreasonable terms for HBO in an effort to use it as an “economic weapon”. “This is purely […]

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Sling TV Talks About How They Differ from PlayStation Vue, DIRECTV NOW, YouTube TV, & Others

Last week Mashable posted an interview with Jimshade Chaudhari, Sling TV’s vice president of product marketing and management. During that interview, the topic came up regarding what makes Sling TV standout from their competition. This is just one of the topics addressed in the Mashable interview with Sling TV. You can find the full interview […]

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Cord Cutting This Week 50 – AT&T Fights With Sling, T-Mobile TV Delayed, 5G, AMC, & 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. (Also let […]

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AT&T’s WarnerMedia Accuses Sling TV & Dish of ‘Collaborating’ With The DOJ

Yesterday HBO went dark on Dish and the Dish owned streaming service Sling TV. Over the last 24 hours, the fireworks between AT&T’s WarnerMedia and Dish have been heating up. AT&T accuses Dish of walking away from talks but Dish counters that AT&T was demanding “DISH pay for a guaranteed number of subscribers, regardless of how many consumers […]

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