DirecTV Now is AT&T’s New Streaming Service – Pricing, Bundles, Devices Support and more…
If you’re looking for a boat load of channels at a price you can afford, then you’re going to want to stick around; because today we’re going to be talking about a brand new streaming services that cord cutters can’t stop talking about.
It’s called DIRECTV NOW, and despite the name, it has nothing to do with Dish Network or it’s live television streaming service, Sling TV; although there are a lot of similarities.
Like Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW gives you streaming access to live television channels for a relatively low monthly rate. But where it differs from Sling TV, is you get a lot more channels for what you pay for.
Hulu’s New Live Streaming Service – Pricing, Channels, Features and more…
Ever since Sling TV helped usher in the second wave of the online streaming revolution, we’ve started to see more and more services emerge that allow you to stream live television. Hoping to cash in on this new trend, even some of the more “traditional” streaming services have started to get in on the action.
Most recently, streaming giant Hulu launched their own live TV streaming service. Simply dubbed Hulu Live, this service hopes to combine the best of live television with the companies extensive on-demand library; and it’s actually better than you might think.
After being in beta on Roku since last December the much anticipated Sling DVR “First Look” is finally available for Roku, Android devices, Amazon Fire TV and Fire Stick. Adding cloud DVR service for live TV for only $5 more per month, it’s a great addition to their affordable streaming packages. The service allows you to store up to 50 hours of content to Sling’s servers, comparable to Hulu’s DVR service and a step up from Sony Vue which only allows you to save content for 28 days.
How to Watch 2017 NBA Finals Online & with an Antenna
Do you love the NBA but hate cable television? Would you like to know how to watch the NBA playoffs without cable? Then stick around, because that’s exactly what we’re going to be discussing today.
Isn’t it funny how time catches up on you? It only seems like yesterday that the Golden State Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the NBA championships. But nearly a year later, here we are again eagerly awaiting the start of the 2017 NBA playoffs.
Like most sport events these days, it’s incredibly easy to tune in to the NBA playoffs without a costly cable subscription. That is, as long as you know where to go, and what to do.
To begin lets take a look at the channels you’ll need to catch all the action.The NBA playoffs will air on these six channels: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews, TNT, and NBA TV.
Amazon Prime Started it and Netflix Had No Choice but to Get on Board
In the world of cord cutting and cable TV alternatives, companies are scrambling to one-up each other in order to corner the market of over-the-top streaming services. Resting firmly in the number one spot is Netflix. As one of the first true streaming services on the market, Netflix helped kick off the cord cutting revolution; paving the way for other services like Sling TV and Amazon Prime Video.
Using the Streaming TV Services Matrix below you can easily figure out which streaming service is right for you. If you know what channels your favorite shows are on, then you know what channels you need to prioritize.
Like with most things, one size does not fit all. You need to balance out cost and channel selection to find the cable TV alternative right for you.
Note: I did not include any packages of $50 or more. I made this decision because I don’t feel that packages at this price point are meant for cord cutters, nor do I believe they will help you save money. If you are looking for advice on robust TV packages, then you have come to the wrong place.
PlayStation Vue offers a Cloud DVR
Sling TV offers a Cloud DVR on Fire TV (soon across all devices)
Spring is in the air and college basketball is everywhere. Yes, that’s right, March Madness is finally here! Over the next two weeks, millions of Americans will watch dozens of teams square off in one of the greatest sporting events of our time. However, if you’ve decided to kill the cable bill and cut the cord, you might be feeling a little left out of all the hype.
In these modern times money often means more than love of the game, so naturally cable companies and sports organizations often like to black out big events to anyone that doesn’t have cable; and March Madness is no different.
The vast majority of March Madness will air on cable television; but luckily for us, and unfortunately for Big Cable, you don’t have to miss out on all the action. While cable executives may try to keep you from streaming every game in one convenient location, there are still plenty of ways to watch March Madness without cable and today I’ll tell you how.