Cord Cutting This Week #11 – Free Streaming Locals, Amazon Price Hike, & More




Scissors cutting a computer wire on gray background (wireless or blackout concept)

Cutting the cable connection to coax connector illustrating retired people cancelling cable TV serviceThis week we continue our weekly recap show called Cord Cutting This Week. Every week I pick out a handful of stories I think could have the most significant long-term impact on cord cutting and give you my personal opinion on them.

The show is still in beta, as we test out how the show will look, the length of the show, what content we will cover, and more. So join us as I give you my opinions on cord cuttings biggest stories. We would love your feedback as we work hard to improve the show.

(Side note: YouTube always pulls the worst possible images for the thumbnail.)

Today we look at Locast for free ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, & More. Rural Broadband Expands and we also talk about the Amazon Prime price hike along with anti-cord cutting propaganda.

Here are all the stories:

#1 Locast –

#2 Amazon Price Hike –

#3 Rural Broadband –

#4 Anti Cord Cutting Stories –

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