Cord Cutting This Week #171 – NBC’s Anti-Cord Cutting Story is So Bad It’s Funny, Hulu Expands 4K Support, Disney+, & More





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Today we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting. Including NBC’s Anti-Cord Cutting Story is So Bad It’s Funny, Roku Price Drop, Disney+, & More.

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Story #1 Our Rebuttal to NBC’s Latest Anti-Cord Cutting Story

Story #2 Roku is Cutting The Price of The 4K Roku Stick+ By $10 & Upgrading It’s Remote

Story #3 Disney+ Launches in Less Than a Month Here is Everything We Know About The New Streaming Service From Disney

Story #4 Hulu is Adding 4K Support to the Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, & LG WebOS

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