Cord Cutting Today #137 – AT&T Moves AT&T TV NOW & DIRECTV to Be Under WarnerMedia, & More





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Today we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting. Including AT&T Moves AT&T TV NOW & DIRECTV to Be Under WarnerMedia, Roku, FCC, Pluto TV, Hulu, & More.

Story #1 Amazon’s 50″ 4K HDR Fire TV Edition Smart TV is Just $249.99 (Lowest Price Ever)

Story #2 AT&T is Moving AT&T TV NOW, AT&T TV, & DIRECTV to Be Under WarnerMedia’s CEO

Story #3 Roku Announces a New All-in-One Roku Player & Soundbar

Story #4 The FCC Has Spent Over $5.7 Billion to Expand Rural Internet Access So Far This Year

Story #5 Here Is Everything We Know About The New Disney+ Streaming Service (Updated September 2019)

Story #6 Pluto TV Has Added Nine New Channels Today

Story #7 Hulu’s New User Interface is Coming to Android Mobile Devices

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