Welcome, friends, to the all new CordCutters.com! This is simple. We've all grown tired of paying way too much money to cable and satellite TV providers for bundles of channels that we don't have enough time to watch, and contracts that we can't get out of.
There is a better way. Streaming TV.
No, we won't actually be "cutting cords." There might even be more cords. Cables are still a thing. But we can do better than cable TV. Or at the very least we can find an acceptable alternative, and same some money in the process.
We're going to help answer all of your streaming questions. The big one: Where do you start? (That'd be here.)
Then there's the matter of figuring out what it is you want to watch. Local or regional sports? Movies? The same channels you had before? Something new? What about hardware? What do you need to do all of this streaming stuff? What's all this about over-the-air TV and antennas in the 21st Century? Can you still record shows?
We have answers. But we can't do the work for you. You'll have to take a look at what it is you want to watch. And, more important, you'll need to take a look at how much you're currently spending to watch it. Maybe cable is the best solution for your situation. Or maybe it's not.
But if you decide to take the leap, we're here to help. Here's where to start:
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