Cord Cutting Today: Local ABC, CBS, FOX, & NBC’s Fight with YouTube TV, Also Sling TV Gets into Video Games, & More





Today in Cord Cutting Today for March 7, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: YouTube TV, Fubo, Hulu, & Others Warn The FCC That They Can’t Legally Turn Them Into Cable TV.

You can find links to each story we talk about below this video.

YouTube TV, Fubo, Hulu, & Others Warn The FCC That They Can’t Legally Turn Them Into Cable TV Companies No Matter What Locals Demand

Sling TV Adds Arcade Games to Its Live TV Streaming Service Full of Classic Gaming

Disney Working to Get Streaming Platforms on Technical Par With Netflix, Iger Says: ‘We Need to Be at Their Level’

Lionsgate Will Split Starz Off into Its Own Company Next Month as Cord Cutting Grows

The FCC Again Warns The Price of Internet Will Go Up For Million As Its ACP Program Ends in April Unless Something Changes

Community Will Leave Netflix, But Will Start Filming The Movie

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