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The most powerful tools in any cord-cutting arsenal are the apps that connect you with the shows and movies you actually want to watch. We’ve entered the golden age of streaming media—whether you’re a die-hard sports fan, serious film buff or binge-watcher, there’s a streaming-TV service just for you.

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Disney Plus (Launch Date, How to Watch, Pricing and More) – Everything You Need...

Disney Plus (Disney+) is one of the most anticipated launches of any streaming television service in recent memory. The Walt Disney company, parent company to some of the most popular and...
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Hulu Plus Live TV: Everything You Need To Know

Hulu is an online streaming service that was started by the largest media companies such as ABC/Disney, Fox, and NBC. Shows can be accessed through the Hulu website and/or several other devices such as smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles, and set-top boxes such as Roku and Google Chromecast.

Hulu offers a wide range of plans. Basic service starts at $7.99/mo and there is also the more advanced Hulu Live which starts at $39.99. The basic services allow you stream on-demand programming and the more advanced services allow you to stream live broadcast network television (restrictions apply based on location.)

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fuboTV – 2019 Packages, Pricing, Channels and More (Everything You Need to Know)

It is no secret that people are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with traditional cable service. Over the past few years, people have been ditching their cable service in favor of better broadband...
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Sling TV Guide 2019 – Channels, Packages, Pricing (Everything You Need To Know)

Since its launch in 2015, Sling TV has quickly established itself as a leader in cord-cutting services. Despite a growing field of competitors, Sling continues to grow, thanks in large part...
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PlayStation Vue: Everything You Need To Know for 2019

PlayStation Vue is Sony's contract-free streaming service. Packages range from $30/mo to $65/mo. This service offers a wide variety of channels from CNN, FOX, ESPN, Syfy, HGTV, and more. All plans offer on-demand programming from ABC, FOX, and NBC.

Vue can be accessed from several different platforms, not just the Playstation. Supported devices include Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Chomecast, and even smart phones and tablets. This service does contain commercials and ads. Video quality is subpar compared to other services at just 720p. Many others offer 1080P or 4K.

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Intro to PlayStation Vue

A subsidiary of the parent company Sony, the video game console producing PlayStation released PlayStation Vue in March of 2015. Offering cable channels, on-demand video, and the recently popularized cloud based...
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Vidgo TV – Channels, Packages, Pricing, and Reviews (Everything You Need to Know)

Since CES in 2016, there has been talk of  jumping to the streaming television marketplace to shake things up a bit but until recently, they have been pretty quiet. Vidgo is...
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How To Watch UFC 229 Khabib vs McGregor Online Without Cable

The Ultimate Fighting Championship is looking to continue its domination over boxing with the latest bout UFC 229. The event is set for Saturday, October 6th, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV. The fights...
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DirecTV Now – Packages, Pricing, Channels 2019 (Everything You Need To Know)

As we get ready to leave 2018 and leap into 2019, we have updated your guide to DirecTV Now! In the world of live TV streaming, there's 3 major options for...
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Philo TV: 2019 Packages, Channels, Pricing and More (Everything You Need To Know)

The newest Over-The-Top streaming TV service is brought to you by one of the co-founders of Facebook, Andrew McCollum, and it’s called Philo. Philo launched on 11/14/2017. It’s a streaming service backed...