Cord Cutting Today: 576,000 Roku Owners Had Their Accounts Hacked, Also ABC, CBS, FOX, & NBC Locals Want YouTube TV To Become a Cable TV Company, & More





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Today in Cord Cutting Today for April 15, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: 576,000 Roku Owners Had Their Accounts Hacked. Here is How to Protect Yourself…

You can find links to all the stories I talk about below this video.

576,000 Roku Owners Had Their Accounts Hacked. Here is How to Protect Yourself…

More Local ABC, CBS, FOX, & NBC Owners Want YouTube TV & Other Streaming Services Classified as Cable TV Companies By The FCC

Roku Quietly Launches a New Cheap $9.99 Replacement Remote For Roku TVs

T-Mobile 5G Home Internet Is Getting New & Improved Wi-Fi

TCLtv+ Enters Original Content Arena with ‘Next Stop Paris,’ a Pioneering AI-Produced Romance Film

The Criterion Channel Streaming Service Launches a 24/7 Channel of Classic Movies to Take on TCM

Showtime’s Streaming App is Shutting Down & Moving People to Paramount+

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