Cord Cutting This Week #153 – Amazon May Announce New Fire TV Sticks This Week, AT&T Could Lose Sinclair Locals, & More





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Scissors cutting a computer wire on gray background (wireless or blackout concept)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 and 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 us know what you think. Did we get something wrong? Should we have added something to this list? Let us know.)

Today we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting. Including IPTV & Piracy Crackdown, AT&T Could Lose Sinclair Locals, Acorn TV, Amazon, & More.

Story #1 Giveaway! Enter Now to Win a Channel Master Stream+ DVR, Smartenna+ Antenna & a $100 Hulu Gift Card!

Story #2 Sinclair Locals Could Go Dark on DIRECTV & AT&T TV NOW Next Week

Story #3 Best Buy & Staples Are Being Sued For Encouraging Piracy & Selling “Pirate Devices”

Story #4 Police Shutdown an Illegal IPTV Service With 50 Million Subscribers

Story #5 The FBI Seizes iStreamItAll For Copyright Infringement

Story #6 98% of Cord Cutters Say They Will Never Go Back to Cable TV According to New Study From Roku

Story #7 Acorn TV Reaches One Million Subscribers

Story #8 Amazon’s Fire TV Sticks Are on Sale, But New Fire TV Sticks Could Be Coming Next Week

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