Cord Cutting Today #217 – AT&T TV Launches in February 2020, IPTV & Piracy Costs $9.1 Billion in Lost Revenue, & More





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man cutting cable cordToday in Cord Cutting Today #217 we talk about: AT&T TV Launches in February 2020, IPTV & Piracy Costs $9.1 Billion in Lost Revenue, Roku, Vudu, Hulu, & More.

Story #1 AT&T TV Will Go Live Nationwide in February 2020

Story #2 An Estimated $9.1 Billion in Revenue Will Be Lost to Piracy, IPTV, and Account Sharing in 2019

Story #3 Spectrum is Moving NFL Redzone, Outdoor, & MLB StrikeZone to More Expensive Packages

Story #4 Roku Charges $1 Million For Home Page Takeovers, & Branded Remote Buttons Go For $1 Per Customer

Story #5 Vudu Now Lets You Get Refunds For Movies You Didn’t Like & Launches a Price Match Program

Story #6 AT&T TV NOW Adds NBA League Pass With Access to Out of Market NBA Games

Story #7 HDHomeRun Has Launched Their Redesigned Live TV User Interface

Story #8 Hulu Launches a Binge Friendly Ad Experience

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