Cord Cutting Today: Paramount Lost Millions on Streaming, Hallmark Channel Renames Some Channels, & More





Today in Cord Cutting Today for March 1, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: TV Stations want YouTube TV, Fubo, & more to pay even more.

You can find links to everything I talk about bellow this video:

Local ABC, CBS, FOX, & NBC Owners Still Want YouTube TV & Other Streaming Services Reclassified as Cable TV Companies by the FCC

Paramount Lost $490 Million on Streaming in The 4th Quarter of 2023

Hallmark Drama Along With Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channels, Are Getting New Names & a New Focus

Here is Everything New on Amazon’s Freevee in March 2024

Warner Bros. Discovery Plans to Shut Down Its New Zealand News Service

Deal Alert! Save On AMC+ Ad-Free & Netflix Premium With This Verizon Bundle

T-Mobile’s 5G Home Internet Expands to Puerto Rico

New Verizon 5G Home Internet Customers Can Get a Free Nintendo Switch & a $200 Target Gift Card or Samsung Chromebook Go

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