Cord Cutting Today – Disney Wants to Prioritize Streaming Profitability, & More




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Did you know every Monday through Friday, we post a Cord Cutting Today show on YouTube? I break down all of the biggest stories happening in the world of cord cutting and give you my opinions on them. This quick 10 to 15 minute show breaks down everything you need to know about cord cutting.

This is the show from Friday February 3rd, 2023, we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting, including The War on IPTV, Disney Sued Over ESPN on YouTube TV, & More.

Very sorry for the bad lighting and set. I am traveling and did not record this in the Cord Cutters News Tech Lab.

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