Cord Cutting Today: The Weather Channel Layoffs, Fubo Loses Subscribers, YouTube TV’s Popularity Explodes, & More





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Today in Cord Cutting Today for May 6, 2024 we take a look at some of the biggest stories in the world of cord cutting including: Paramount+ & Peacock Reportedly Could Merge As Paramount & NBCUniversal Look At Partnership.

You can find links to each story below this video:

Paramount+ & Peacock Reportedly Could Merge As Paramount & NBCUniversal Look At Partnership

Layoffs Hit the Weather Channel, Local Now, & Other Allen Media Group Holdings

Warner Bros. Discovery Will Soon Reportedly Start Charging Extra if You Share Your Password For Max

YouTube TV Is More Popular Than Its Next 6 Competitors Combined Here Is How Sling TV, DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, & Others Rank

Fubo Lost 107,000 Subscribers In North America in The 1st Quarter 2024

YouTube TV vs DIRECTV STREAM vs Hulu vs Fubo vs Sling TV vs Philo What is The Best Option For Cord Cutters? – Updated May 2024

Amazon’s Freevee is Adding 7 New Free Channels in May 2024

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