Cord Cutting Today #220 – IPTV Services Make Millions From Piracy, DIRECTV’s $20 Price Hike, & More





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man cutting cable cordToday in CCT #220 we talk about: IPTV Services Make Millions From Piracy, DIRECTV’s $20 Price Hike, Roku, Amazon, & More.

Story #1 Amazon’s Black Friday Pricing is Back on The Fire TV Recast DVR

Story #2 AT&T’s DIRECTV Price Has Gone Up Almost $20 a Month Since January 1, 2019

Story #3 IPTV Services Generate Millions in Profit from Piracy

Story #4 Roku’s CFO is Stepping Down

Story #5 Pluto TV Just Added 6 New Channels Including CMT & Red Bull TV

Story #6 The FCC Approves $89.2 Million For Rural Broadband in 21 States

Story #7 Amazon Adds the Apple TV App to Fire TV Edition Smart TVs

Story #8 If You Have These Older Roku Players It is Time to Upgrade

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