Cord Cutting This Week #82 – DIRECTV NOW Beta Test, AT&T WarnerMedia Service, PlayStation Vue, & More




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Today we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting from the past week. Including WarnerMedia, AT&T, PlayStation Vue, & more.

Story #1 Amazon Again Cuts The Price of Its 50″ 4K HDR Fire TV Edition Smart TV From Insignia

Story #2 PlayStation Vue Has Just 10 More Days to Strike New Deals with AMC, Discovery, NBC, & Turner

Story #3 AT&T Reportedly is Considering Selling DIRECTV’s Satellite Service to DISH

Story #4 AT&T’s New WarnerMedia Streaming Service Could Be a Great Cord Cutting Tool

Story #5 AT&T Confirms DIRECTV NOW’s Streaming Player is a Beta Test For the New DIRECTV Streaming Service

Story #6 DISH Is Threatening Lawsuits Against IPTV Subscribers

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