Cord Cutting This Week 56 – The Future of Roku TVs? AT&T Selling Hulu? & More




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This week we take a look at what is happening in the world of cord cutting. Will TCL stop making Roku TVs after their restructuring? AT&T selling Hulu? Hulu has more locals than YouTube TV, DIRECTV NOW, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, & More.

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Story #1 Roku TV’s Future:

Story #2 AT&T Planning to Sell Hulu?

Story #3 Hulu dominates with live locals live locals:

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