Cord Cutting Today: The FCC Wants to End Cable TV’s Hidden Fees, Pluto TV Adds More Channels, & More





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Today in Cord Cutting Today for February 23, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: The First Cable TV Network of 2024 Is Shutting Down and Switch to Streaming.

You can find a link to all the stories we talk about today bellow this video.

The First Cable TV Network of 2024 Is Shutting Down and Switch to Streaming

FCC Will Vote on “All-In” Pricing For Cable TV That Includes Hidden Fees and Taxes

Pluto TV Continues Adding More NBCUniversal Channels With The Addition of NBC Sports

Amazon is Reportedly Paying Close to $150 Million to Stream an NFL Playoff Game Next Season

YouTube TV Now Offers the ‘Zee Family’ Package With Indian Channels

Rural Americans Are More Likely to Rely on Their Phone to Get Online

Spectrum Agrees To Change $1,500 Mobile Cost Savings Ad After Verizon Complaint

Dish Network’s Wireless Retail Chief Quits, Raising More Questions About its Mobile Business

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