Cord Cutting Today: The FCC Will Force Comcast, Spectrum & Others To List the Real Cost of Internet & Its Real Speed





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Today in Cord Cutting Today for April 9, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: Paramount Could Soon See Billions Spent to Rebuild The Company Under New Leadership.

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

Paramount Could Soon See Billions Spent to Rebuild The Company Under New Leadership According to Reports

This Week The FCC Will Force Comcast, Spectrum, & Others To Disclose The Real Cost of Internet & The Real Speeds They Offer

Congress is Working on New Laws Putting Limits on How Companies Can Sell Your Private Data Online

AMC is Launching Cheaper Ad-Supported Versions of Shudder, Sundance Now, & More

What’s New This Week on Netflix For The Week of April 8, 2024

Deal Alert! Save Over 40% on Max (Ends Tomorrow)

How Roku Came to Dominate Cord Cutting Becoming Bigger Than Apple TV, Fire TV, Google TV, & Others

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