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This is the future of shows, movies, and live TV. With streaming video on demand services, live TV streaming services, and free over-the-air TV, you can watch whatever you want whenever you want — and we can show you how.
There are a lot of services competing for your attention and hard-earned money. Our independent reviews make it easy to cut through the noise and separate the contenders from the pretenders.
Live TV streaming service fuboTV holds a special appeal for sports fans — which is no surprise, given the brand's roots as a soccer streaming service.
Philo's extra-skinny "skinny bundles" offer basic channel bundles at prices that are the envy even of other streaming services.
ESPN's streaming service, ESPN+, offers select live sports broadcasts and tons of on-demand content, including 30 for 30 titles.
Long popular for its on-demand streaming service, Hulu also offers a live TV solution: the aptly named Hulu with Live TV.
You don't need to be a gamer, or even own a PlayStation, to enjoy Sony's PlayStation Vue live TV streaming service.
It's not just for cat videos anymore: Google's YouTube brand has expanded to include this acclaimed live TV streaming service.
From big product announcements to political battles over the future of net neutrality, there's a lot to keep track of in the world of streaming and free over-the-air TV. To keep up, just turn to our Cordcutting.com news coverage. We'll give you the latest news, and we'll take the time to explain what it all means for you and your streaming entertainment.
The FCC Doesn't Want You to Know the Truth About Its Net Neutrality Comments
The FCC has denied Freedom of Information Act requests related to the agency's net neutrality comment periods.
Amazon Is Making a Play for Regional Sports Networks
Amazon has a history of live sports streaming deals, but its latest reported move is the most intriguing one yet.
The Average Netflix User Streams 64% More Content Than the Average Hulu User
Using publicly available data, we divided Netflix and Hulu's streaming hours up amongst their respective user bases.
Subscribers Pay 67 Cents Per Hour of Cable, Only 12 Cents Per Hour of Netflix
We decided to crunch the numbers and see just how affordable cable and Netflix are per hour of entertainment.
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There's a lot of tech out there. Let us help you figure out what to actually buy for your home entertainment setup. Our buying guides break down all of your best options and make it easier to see which products actually suit your needs — and which ones don't.
Find out why you should cut the cord and how to watch TV without cable (or satellite).
To watch those streaming services on your biggest TV, you'll need a streaming device.
We'll explain how fast your internet needs to be for various common online activities.
There are a number of ways to get live TV, which is why we're here to explain how to watch live TV on Apple TV.
Cordcutting.com exists to show you how to watch TV as a cord cutter, but that's not the only how-to we care about. From simple guides to canceling streaming services to complex DIY project guides for dedicated hobbyists, we love sharing how-to tips with can-do cord cutters.
How To Get Internet Without Cable
Old-school pay TV like cable isn't leaving quietly, but internet streaming services are showing it the door.
How To Secure Home Wi-Fi Networks
We're here to talk about how to secure home Wi-Fi networks like the one that you use to watch Netflix and Sling TV.
How To Record Over The Air TV
Thanks to OTA DVRs, it is possible to pause, rewind, and record live TV using an over-the-air TV antenna.
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