Today, there are more ways to cut the cord than ever before. Whether you’re a sports fanatic, news junkie, or reality TV addict, there’s a streaming service out there that caters to your specific preferences. These articles– along with our cord-cutter express tool — will help point you in the right direction.
Just enter in your favorite channels, select your TV devices and tell us which features you’re looking for. At the end of the questionnaire, you’ll find out not only which streaming service is the best one for you, but also what kind of add-ons and upgrades are available. The wizard is totally free and you don’t have to provide any personal information to use it– so feel free to give it a go!
Streaming services are great, but they’re actually just one piece of the cord-cutting puzzle. This extensive seven-part guide walks you through everything you know to maximize your entertainment options after you make the switch.
- How to Cut the Cord Part 1 – Picking Your Live TV Streaming Services
- How to Cut the Cord Part 2 – Picking Your On-Demand Streaming Services
- How to Cut the Cord Part 3 – Watching Your Favorite Live Sports
- How to Cut the Cord Part 4 – Exploring Niche Streaming Services
- How to Cut the Cord Part 5 – Managing Your Subscriptions
- How to Cut the Cord Part 6 – Picking A Streaming Device
- How to Cut the Cord Part 7 – Getting Local TV Channels with an Antenna
With an inexpensive over-the-air TV antenna, you’ll get sharp 1080p picture quality, dozens of channels and no monthly fees. Another way to tune into your local station is through new streaming services like fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV and others.
Believe it or not, there are now more than 100 ways to watch TV without a traditional cable TV subscription. Increased competition means lower prices, better features and more ways to cut the cord.
Up until recently, the only way to get ESPN and other popular sports channels was through your local cable provider– but not anymore. There are now more than 18 streaming services that cater to sports fans. Features like cloud DVR recording, bonus content and TV Everywhere apps sweeten the deal.
There are now more than 11 ways to watch Anime online. That means no more clicking through annoying ads on shady, ad-filled websites that aren’t properly licensed. Subscription prices are very reasonable– and there are even a few totally free options available.