Cord Cutting Today: Roku OS 13 is Rolling Out to Roku TVs, NBC Rolls Out New ATSC 3.0 Features





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Today in Cord Cutting Today for April 16, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: Amazon’s CEO Hopes Its New Home Internet Service Will Reach 400-500 Million With Speeds Up to 1 Gbps.

You can find links to each of the stories we talk about below this video:

Amazon’s CEO Hopes Its New Home Internet Service Will Reach 400-500 Million Households With Speeds Up to 1 Gbps

NBCUniversal Launches On-Demand Programming Free Over the Air Using ATSC 3.0 NextGen TV

U.S. Households Now Watch Over 43 Hours of Video Weekly, with Half Using Free Ad-supported Services Like Pluto TV, Tubi, & More

Over 72 Million AT&T Customers Have Had Their Data Leaked, Including SSN Numbers, Birth Dates, & More Now AT&T is Giving Away Free Identity Theft & Credit Monitoring

Roku OS 13 Is Now Rolling Out to Select Roku TVs & Players With New Features

Deal Alert! Amazon’s Fire TVs Are On Sale Sale With the 4K Max Just $39.99

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