Monthly Archives: January 2015

Is the Super Bowl even an issue for Cord Cutters?

I’ve written extensively about streaming the Super Bowl in the past. But unlike  other sporting events, this most watched broadcast would appear to present no barriers to cord cutters. Unlike other years not even a log-in will be required.   … Continue reading

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Reality TV for Foodies – and it’s streaming

A recent tip from Kevin pointed me to Forekast, an aggregator site of “world vents”, that can  be anything of “global interest” , e.g. sports, TV shows, holidays…. Some of the listings are streaming, some not. (Thanks for the tip … Continue reading

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Say Goodbye to Time Warner Cable

A memo went out last week to Comcast and TWC employees announcing the new management structure after the merger is complete. I think it hit the press the same day.Rumor has it that the deal will be complete by  the … Continue reading

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Nonsensical News from CES: Charter did what?

Just now reading about this story about how Charter can update the “look and feel” of services without updating the set-top box and I can’t make any sense of it. Another puzzler: “The approach will let Charter compete more effectively … Continue reading

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Cord Cutter News from CES

We’ll be watching Vegas all this week to see what breakthroughs emerge. So far the biggest story is the following: ESPN on the web for $20 a month is coming soon   Stay tuned for updates and analysis…

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