Cord Cutting Today #223 – Congress Bans Cable TV Fees, Apple Launching an Internet Service? & More





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man cutting cord with scissorsToday in CCT #223 we talk about: AT&T’s DIRECTV Could Lose Locals, Vidgo Launches, The Weather Channel, Netflix, IMDb, & More.

Story #1 The 2019 Roku Ultra is On Sale for $69 (Arrives Before Christmas)

Story #2 Vidgo Launches a Live TV Streaming Service with 60 Channels at Just $39.99/Month for Cord Cutters

Story #3 The Senate Today Passed a Spending Bill to Ban Hidden Cable TV Fees

Story #4 Apple is Reportedly Working on Building an Internet Service

Story #5 Netflix Has More of IMDb’s Top 250 Movies, More Than Disney+, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and HBO

Story #6 ViacomCBS Buys 49% of MIRAMAX For $375 Million

Story #7 Antennas Are More Popular Than Cable TV, Internet TV, and Satellite Combined

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