Cord Cutting Today #127 – New Roku Scams, Apple TV+ vs Netflix, Spectrum TV, & 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 New Roku Scams (No Hulu is Not Free), PBS Coming to YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, Spectrum TV, & More.

Story #1 TCL’s 50″ 4K HDR Roku TV is On Sale For Just $268 (A New All Time Low Price)

Story #2 Warning: There is a New Scam Targeting Roku Owners Claiming to Offer Free Hulu For Life

Story #3 Spectrum TV Now Charges $24.98 a Month to Use Its DVR

Story #4 Apple TV+ Will Spend More on Original Content Than Netflix, Disney+, Amazon, & Hulu Combined

Story #5 Netflix Will Reportedly Lose Market Share When Disney+, HBO Max, & Apple TV+ Launch According to New Study

Story #6 PlayStation Vue’s New Roku Channel Includes Many New Bugs (Here is How to Fix Lost DVR Recordings, Lost Favorite Channels, & More)

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