Cord Cutting Today #115 – AT&T & CBS Strike a New Deal, Disney Killing Off Fox Movies, Roku, & More





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man cutting cord with scissorsCord Cutting Today is our daily look at some of the biggest stories happening right now in the world of cord cutting. You can find these videos posted on YouTube every Monday through Saturday.

Today we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting. Including AT&T & CBS Strike a New Deal, Disney Killing Off Fox Movies, Roku, Pluto TV, Android TV & More.

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Story #1 Amazon Updates The Fire TV to Add YouTube to All Fire TV Devices

Story #2 Roku Reportedly Controls 43% of All Connected TVs Compared to Amazon Fire TV’s 18%

Story #3 Roku Wants to Keep Ads on The Roku Channel Low

Story #4 AT&T & CBS Agree To a New Deal to Bring CBS Back to DIRECTV, DIRECTV NOW, & More

Story #5 Sinclair Locals May Go Dark on AT&T’s DIRECTV, DIRECTV NOW, AT&T TV NOW, & U-Verse TV

Story #6 Pluto TV Hits 18 Million Active Users in July as Growth Continues

Story #7 Disney is Killing Off Most Fox Films Currently in Development

Story #8 Hulu With Live TV is Now Available on Android TV

Story #9 CBS & Viacom’s Merger Announcement is Reportedly Delayed as Talks Continue

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