While I largely went without a cable TV subscription (due to cost) for most of the early-to-mid 2000s, I’ve had cable TV since that time.… Read More »Thoughts on (fully) cord cutting and dropping cable TV
Cord cutting apparently is continuing to pick up the pace, despite all that cable TV still offers viewers: over-the-air local channels; regional sports networks; and… Read More »Cord cutting continues to grow in popularity, at cable TV’s expense
A recent study shows that most Americans who still have a cable TV subscription are keeping it out of tradition, for convenience, and for sports coverage.
The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will run from Friday, August 5 to Sunday, August 21. Of course, the Olympics does have… Read More »How to watch the 2016 Summer Olympics online
Yes, it’s another infographic from Statista. This time, it concerns live TV programming. Despite the rise of DVRs and on-demand programming, Nielsen reports that live… Read More »Are live sports cable TV’s last stand against cord cutting?
Tuesday night is President Obama’s final State of the Union address, as he leaves office a year from now. This year, the White House plans… Read More »Obama’s final State of the Union covered on Amazon, Snapchat
There’s been a lot of talk about “cord cutting,” or cancelling cable TV services. Less spoken about is “cord shaving,” or just cutting back on… Read More »My choice of video services (winter 2015-2016)