Cord Cutting Today #118 – AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW Still Blacking Out Some Local CBS Affiliates, Roku’s August Sale, & More





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Today we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting. Including AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW Still Blacking Out CBS, Roku’s August Sale, WUW Stream, Frndly TV, & More.

Story #1 Roku is Having an August Sale Starting At Just $24.99

Story #2 Frndly Streams The Hallmark Channel, The Weather Channel, & More For Just $5.99 a Month Perfect For Cord Cutters

Story #3 WUW Stream is Helping Businesses Cut the Cord & Save Money

Story #4 The Rising Cost of Sports is Driving Up The Cost of Cord Cutting & Cable TV

Story #5 More NFL Teams Launch Free Roku Channels

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