Cord Cutting Today: DIRECTV STREAM Makes Changes to Its Channel Lineup, What’s New on Freevee, & More





Today in Cord Cutting Today for March 4, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: Roku Issues a Mandatory Terms of Service Update That You Must Agree To or You Can’t Use Your Roku.

You can find links to everything I talk about below the video:

Roku Issues a Mandatory Terms of Service Update That You Must Agree To or You Can’t Use Your Roku

DIRECTV STREAM Removes A&E, Lifetime, History, & More From Some Cheaper Packages For New Customers

Google is Reportedly Testing a New Chromecast With Google TV

Max & Cinemax Along With MGM+ & AMC+ Are Now Available As Discounted Bundles on Prime Video

Amazon’s Freevee is Adding 14 New Free Channels in March 2024

YouTube Launches New Creator Channel Homepages For TV App

Two Independent Streaming Services Are Merging Together

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