Cord Cutting This Week #224 – AT&T’s DIRECTV Could Lose Locals, Comcast’s $10 TV Service, & More





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Scissors cutting cordToday in Cord Cutting This Week #224 we talk about: AT&T’s DIRECTV Could Lose Locals, Comcast’s $10 TV Service, & More.

Story #1 AT&T Warns That DIRECTV Could Lose Local Channels After STELA Expires

Story #2 beIN Sports Launches a Free OTA Sports Channel in 15 Markets

Story #3 The Weather Channel’s New Free Streaming Service Launches Today

Story #4 Comcast Will Start Selling Smaller $10 TV Packages to Fight Cord Cutting in 2020

Story #5 Roku is The Most Popular Streaming Player in United States – Bigger Than the Fire TV & Apple TV

Story #6 Vidgo Launches a Live TV Streaming Service with 60 Channels at Just $39.99/Month for Cord Cutters

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