Which Cordcutting Service is Better, Comes Down to What you Value the Most!
When Sling TV first launched in 2015, they were the only kids on the block that allowed you to live stream dozens of television channels without a cable subscription. It was great because there were no contracts, no commitments, and at $20 a month it was dirt cheap compared to the cable alternative.
Not to mention Sling TV gave us ESPN without cable, which is a huge boon to people that love watching sports but hate paying for cable.
But with the launch of PlayStation Vue, Sling TV is no longer the only player in town and now the upstart service is hoping to give Sling TV a run for its money. The question for cord cutters now is which service should they go with, and today we’re going to take a look at each one to see how they compare against one another.
Let’s get started! Continue reading Sling vs Vue – 2017 Review
Cord Cutter’s Guide to Watching College Football Online and Over-the-Air
Pop the tailgates and fire up the marching band, because it’s time for College Football to make it’s return. College football may not have the glamour and glitz of the NFL; but what they lack in pomp and player compensation, they more than make up for it in grit, determination, and school spirit.
For those of you wanting to cut the cord this football season, you may feel a little sad at first glance. Approximately 44 percent of college football occurs on cable television, which would make it appear as if your options are limited. But you will be delighted to know that that assumption is not necessarily true.
If you want to watch college football without cable television this season, you have more options that you know and today we’re going to find out what they are. Let’s get to it! Continue reading Watching the 2016 College Football Season without Cable
Streaming to multiple devices is no longer an issue with Sling TV’s Multi-Stream package
One of my favorite online streaming services has to be Sling TV (click here for a free trial). If you are new to Sling TV, make sure you read our in-depth overview.
As a cord cutting sports fan, I have really appreciated being able to live stream ESPN and sporting events like March Madness without cable. But one thing about Sling TV that’s always bothered me has been the fact that I could only stream it on one device as a time; but that’s about to change.
Earlier this month, Sling TV unveiled a brand new streaming “default” package, appropriately named “Multi-Stream”. There are a few key differences between the Multi and Single stream packages, so let’s do a quick rundown on the changes
*** To learn about last month’s changes to Sling TV’s offering, check out “Whats New With Sling TV“.
First, let’s start with what you’ll get. Continue reading Sling TV new “Multi-Stream” Package
Cut the Cord and Bring the Fight to the Cable Companies
Before baseball, basketball, and football; there was the original sport of fighting. For as long as man has been battling one another, there have been people sitting on the sidelines and making bets. In the bygone times of yesteryear, boxing was the number one fighting sport in the United States; but in the new millennium, the mixed-martial arts league Ultimate Fighting Championship reigns supreme.
With millions of Americans watching UFC, many of these fans have become torn between the sport they love and the cable bill they hate. Through bloated cable packages and little competition, companies like Comcast and Time Warner have soured America’s love affair with cable television; and now most people keep cable simply because they think they have no other option. Continue reading Watch UFC Online and Over-the-Air
How to Watch NASCAR Without Cable
From Online to Over-the-Air
If there is one group of sports fan that gets often overlooked, it’s NASCAR fans. There are a few, sometimes difficult but available, ways to watch baseball, football, basketball, and even soccer without cable; but for the last several years, options for the cord cutting race fan has been few and far between. Lets take a look at what options we do have.
Continue reading Can I Watch NASCAR Online?
Watch Golf Live without a Cable Bill
Cut the Cord but Keep Your Golf
Golf is an easy sport to pick up, and a very difficult one to master. It may not be the most popular sport in the country, but golf still enjoys a healthy following and rich tradition dating back hundreds of years.
In the last couple of weeks I have been getting e-mails about how to watch golf without a cable subscription. You never know how much you truly rely on the Golf Channel until you cut out the cable company are left to find golfing events yourself.
While it may be true that cable networks like the Golf Channel make it easier to view profession golf; in truth the cord cutting golf fan has just as many options as someone who has cable.
Today, I’m going to walk you through on how to watch golf without relying on an expensive cable plan. Let’s get started…
Golf on Sling TV and PSVue
Continue reading Watch Golf Online and Over-the-Air