YouTube TV is heralded as one of the best streaming live TV services on the market right now, despite the pretty regular price increases it has seen. It now costs $64.99 per month, after costing just $35 a few years ago. It’s the only streaming service that has PBS, and it is also the only one with an unlimited cloud DVR service. Making this a really incredible service for those that are looking to cut the cord from Comcast, Cox, AT&T, Verizon and other cable operators.
Here are 10 services that offer totally free, totally legal movies you can watch on smart TVs, media streamers and mobile devices. Some offer TV shows as well.
Season 46 of SNL will premiere Saturday, October 3 on NBC. The show will be filmed at 30 Rock with a “limited in-studio audience.” The first episode will be hosted by Chris Rock Savage singer Megan Thee Stallion as special musical guest.
The installation of Pluto TV on Amazon Firestick is quite simple.
Here at “Tech News For You” I have been experimenting with various online TV streaming options. So far, I am stuck on the Amazon Fire Stick. I was going to write an article about some of the hidden features and settings that I have come across, but found this great video that covers all the bases. If you are interested in giving an Amazon Fire Stick a try, they are available at Amazon (click here), are reasonable in cost, and provide a great way to cut the cord from cable. What I have found is that the Fire Stick is basically Android on a stick which means you can install many Android apps.
10 Hidden Amazon Fire Stick Features & Settings
Peacock’s free tier, with about two-thirds of the catalog, is available to watch right away with advertising after you register an email and password. You can unlock the full library of shows and movies for a price — $4.99 a month for the full catalog plus ads or $9.99 a month to go ad-free. Peacock offers a standard seven-day free trial for its premium tiers, and, again, people who sign up on a Google platform like Android can snag an extended free trial.
Philo is a awesome online streaming TV service that is very economical in cost ($20 per month). Below you will see their channel lineup and if you notice there are no sports channel and the news is limited to BBC (which is a very good news source). This is what keeps their cost down; yet, provide a popular channel lineup. Here at “Tech News For You”, myself and my wife find the news we need online and the sport channels are really not critical to us. If you want more, check out locast.org (for local stations at $5 per month) and for $25 a month you have some great TV to watch.
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Because so many streaming services offer video on demand, cord cutters don’t have to let the cable companies control their schedules. While cable users flip through the channels and complain that nothing is on, cord cutters can navigate right to their favorite shows. Play and pause whenever you feel like it – Netflix, Hulu, and other OTT providers accommodate your schedule. On-demand streaming services are the ultimate DVRs.
I recently subscribed to SLING TV (online TV service) and as a result I can pass onto you the following savings. If you subscribe to SLING you can get $10 off of the first month and $5 off of the next 3 months. To take advantage of this savings CLICK HERE…
Available to new customers upon account activation. One offer per customer. Must provide an email address and credit card. After 1 mo., you will be billed for Sling monthly at the everyday price unless you go online to cancel. Your account will be authorized to receive programming upon your first login. You can unsubscribe from SLING anytime you want.
The announcement comes not only at the start of the NFL season, but just days after YouTube TV added the channels to its own streaming service…
Finding a Sling TV free trial is the best way to try out one of the best streaming services there is, and a must for potential cord cutters. While their length changes all the time, these trials allow you to kick the tires on one of the best cable TV alternatives, without committing to a plan.
With the launch of several new streaming plans, including NBCUniversal’s Peacock just last month, we decided to see if we could assemble a TV plan on an ultratight budget of $25 per month. While the package we created—CBS All Access, a Disney+ bundle, and Peacock—might not fit every need, it does deliver a surprisingly robust assortment of broadcast channels, cable networks, movies, and original shows.
I have been shopping around and considering cutting the cord from cable. Starting at $30 per month after the December 2019 price increase, Sling TV offers dozens of popular cable and broadcast channels with no long-term contracts, hidden fees or rental equipment.