Cord Cutting Today: Cable TV Companies Sue the FCC, Verizon Customers Could Lose Their Auto Pay Discount if They Don’t Act & More





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Today in Cord Cutting Today for February 5, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: Americans Spend Almost $1,000 a Year on Streaming Subscriptions.

Links to all the stories we cover are bellow this video.

Americans Spend Almost $1,000 a Year on Streaming Subscriptions

Bally Sports is Charging Some Subscribers More For a Yearly Streaming Subscription vs Paying By The Month

Poll: A Majority of U.S. Viewers Don’t Want YouTube TV, Sling TV, Fubo, & More Regulated Like Cable TV

Roku Should Be Worried About Walmart Buying Vizio

How to Stream Local PBS Channels for Free on Roku, Fire TV, Google TV, Apple TV, & More

Verizon’s New AutoPay Discount Isn’t For Everyone. Here’s How to Make Sure You’re Not Left Out

Cable Companies Sue the FCC Over ‘Unreasonable’ Digital Discrimination Rules

Cox Communications Gets $1 Billion Verdict Over Music Piracy Tossed

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