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Please Welcome Tmera, Cord Cutters News’ Newest Full-Time Editor & Writer

Cutting the cable connection to coax connector illustrating retired people cancelling cable TV serviceToday we are very excited to announce that our team is getting a little bit bigger. This week we added a new full-time employee to the Cord Cutters News team. Tmera Hepburn has joined us as an editor overseeing our news coverage here at Cord Cutters News and is now our fourth full-time team member!

Tmera will be helping us continue to improve our coverage of the ever-changing world of cord cutting. Tmera will help us manage the news coverage and will also—from time to time—write stories. You will also see Tmera helping to manage our Facebook group and other social media accounts. Please welcome Tmera, Cord Cutters News’ newest full-time editor and writer.

Here is a short introduction from Tmera:

Hey it’s me, Tmera!

I’m an avid streamer and have never paid for cable TV a day in my life. I went to school at the beautiful Utah State University and graduated with a journalism degree, way too many all-nighters, and a new last name. I’ve worked in broadcast news, freelance blogging, and radio before joining Cord Cutters News.

Take a look at my watch history and you’ll find everything from conspiracy theories and teen dramas to reality competitions (give me all the Great British Baking Show). Hey, at least I watch other people bake! In my downtime you can find me playing with my puppy, enjoying the outdoors, or getting creative with some kind of project.

Here’s to diving deeper into the world of cord cutting with you all!

As Cord Cutters News continues to grow, the addition of Tmera is just part of the big plans we have for 2019. Our goal is to not only give you the best possible coverage of everything cord cutting but to also help you save money any way we can.

While nothing may change overnight, look for new and bigger things to come as we continue to move deeper into 2019.

Please join me in welcoming Tmera to the Cord Cutters News team.

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