Cord Cutting This Week 60 – Disney+ Details, Hulu Price Cut, YouTube TV Goes Nationwide, Viacom Buys Pluto TV, & More





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Today we take a look at some of the biggest cord cutting stories from the past week. Including Disney+ details, Hulu’s price cut, and price hike, YouTube TV goes Nationwide, Viacom buys Pluto TV, and more. As always join us every Saturday on as we recap the biggest stories from the past week.

Story #1 YouTube TV is Now Nationwide:

Story #2 Everything We Know About Disney+:

Story #3 Viacom Buys Pluto TV:

Story #4 Viacom’s CEO Talks About Pluto TV’s Future:

Story #5 Hulu’s Price Hike & Price Cut:

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