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If you're wondering whether or not you can watch live TV on Roku, the answer is yes, you can — and here are the 5 best channels you can subscribe to.
Sling TV’s basic package costs just $25 a month and gives you access to most of your favorite channels — here’s how to use it
Sling TV is one of the most common subscription services used by cord cutters. It lets you choose your channels and stream live TV to any device.
I tried YouTube’s live TV streaming service for one month and I’ll likely stick around — but just for the sports
YouTube TV is available nationwide and offers viewers in most local markets access to the major networks like NBC, ABC, CBS, and Fox.
Roku gets hit with a ‘sell’ as analyst says it’s ‘difficult to justify the valuation’ after 131% surge this year
Roku plunges after receiving first "sell" rating by a Wall Street analyst since May. Shares were down 13%.
Amazon made dozens of announcements at its September event in Seattle, but a handful of game-changers deserve to be highlighted.
Consumers having been “cutting the cord,” or canceling their pay-TV subscriptions in favor of internet-delivered alternatives, for years now, but the trend has reached new heights.
Walmart is reportedly working on its own streaming service to challenge Netflix and Amazon, and it might cost less than $8 a month
Walmart is reported to be considering starting a streaming service for less than $8 per month — taking on both Netflix and Amazon with a lower subscription price. The company is said to be also considering a free version of the service that contains ads.
AT&T’s new WatchTV service is entering a fairly fragmented market, and it has the power to shake things up
The company announced its new pay-TV option just days after finalizing the much-anticipated acquisition of Time Warner, and the alternative to DirecTV offers an unbundled service for less money.
YouTube TV is the kind of cable-killing TV experience Apple promised us but failed to deliver, analysts say
Toni Sacconaghi Jr. praises YouTube TV for creating experience that TV viewers have long sought but the analyst calls out Apple managers for sitting on their hands. Apple could and should have been the ones to offer this kind of multi-channel service.
I wanted to love it because it would save me a bunch of money, but it just wasn't worth it in the end.