Cord Cutting Today – Roku’s Cord Cutting Dominance; PBS on DIRECTV NOW, Hulu, YouTube TV, & More





Recently we started a new daily YouTube video. Cord Cutting Today will look at the biggest Cord Cutting stories from the past 24 hours in about five or so minutes. We will post these Monday through Friday in an effort to help keep you up to date on everything happening in the world of cord cutting.

Today we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting. Including Roku’s cord cutting dominance, PBS on DIRECTV NOW, Hulu, YouTube TV, & more; fuboTV’s new bundles, Boomerang, & more.

One correction in this video I said Cartoon network was a Viacom network. Cartoon Network is actually a Turner network.

Story #1 T-Mobile Offering Free MLB.TV:

Story #2 DIRECTV NOW Adds Boomerang

Story #3 PBS in talks with YouTube TV, Sling, & More:

Story #4: fuboTV Adds 3 New Bundles:

Story #5 YouTube TV Still Plans to Make Original Content:

Story #6: Roku Dominating Cord Cutting:

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