Cord Cutting Today: Paramount+ is Removing More Shows, YouTube Larger Than Cable TV? & More





Today in Cord Cutting Today for April 1, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: YouTube TV Is Losing Money, But That May Soon Change.

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

YouTube TV Is Losing Money, But That May Soon Change

YouTube TV is On Track to Become Larger Than Comcast & Spectrum According to New Report

Paramount+ Removes More Nickelodeon Content Including ‘Rugrats’

YouTube TV vs DIRECTV STREAM vs Hulu vs Fubo vs Sling TV vs Philo What is The Best Option For Cord Cutters? – Updated April 2024

Here Is Everything Coming To Hulu In April 2024

Pluto TV Turns 10 Years Old Today: A Look Back at This Ground-Breaking Streaming Service

AT&T Confirms Over 72 Million Customers Have Had Their Data Leaked Including SSN Numbers, Birth Dates, & More

Here Is Everything Coming To Disney+ In April 2024

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