Head Happy Hour Coach
- Aug 27, 2011
Binoculars and hope your neighbors have good taste?
This may be my best option. I’ll try the Reddit idea for the Knicks. Thanks for the advice!That’s too much to sift at this point. You keep your internet provider as I just did Comcast at $74 a month or whatever. Youtubetv. You need Roku device for each tv unless it’s a smart tv after 2016. I had to buy new Roku’s because The old ones were too old, and there are other brands. Youtubetv has a list of devices that work with their service. They just added some channels like HG and Food and Discovery but they have the local channels and all the sports pretty much. They sit now at $49 a month. So that’s $123 a month. If UCONN is streamed it will be another $5 or $6 for ESPN +? Yanks, RS, Mets, Fox 61 for football, ESPN’S. lots of sports.
I've got four letters for you: IPTV. Solves all your needs and for a lot less than the combo of options you've cobbled together.I’m thinking of a combination of high speed internet, a Roku, YouTube Tv, Philos, & Netflix to kill the cable bill. Viewing their channels they’re missing SNY, YES, & NESN. How do I get those?
uh, bandwith common availability? and then there's the whole 'privacy' dilemma. on the other hand...low jitter! VITEC Launches MGES-7000 4K/UHD/HD HEVC IPTV Encoder at NAB 2019 - Commercial Integrator cuz, you know, once the camera folks sorta conquered pixstable...voila! gopro! sooooo, a definite maybe.Are you all living in the stone age...?
IPTV. Anything else is a waste of time and money.
True in theory but in practice everyone I know shares accounts. The issue will become worse as more and more streaming projects emerge, e.g. Apple but in reality, until they disallow using 6+ accounts per subscription it's still a good deal. If it gets too expensive/complicated, torrents will become popular again. For now, the price point is competitive enough but these companies are walking a fine line.
I'm not quite sure where this guy is getting his math. If you're not paying to stream live cable, then sure you're going to miss out on stuff you want, but choosing one of the skinny bundles (DirecTV NOW, PS Vue, Hulu Live, etc.) and then getting Netflix, Disney+, whatever streaming service you want that has your shows, you're still paying a lot less than traditional cable. The only cable package that will come close is if you get basic cable on a multi-year contract, and that's not going to get you premium channels, or even semi-premium (no extra sports channels, etc.)."Paying five different streaming services a total of 50 or 60 dollars to get some of we want instead of a little more to get a lot of what we want - well, I think a lot of people would prefer the package deal," said Atlas Media founder Bruce David Klein, a veteran television producer and cable expert.
It's $50 a month now. Just changed it, but added more channels. There are no add on fees. $50 is what you pay. Same with Hulu, not sure what they charge though.How much does Hulu, Youtube tv charge for their live streaming? I'm reading 40 a month. Does that include all the BS fees that the cable companies charge you too?
It didn’t start with them.Maybe the best thing about Millenials is the constant crying about income, alongside the constant reminders they are perfectly comfortable stealing the value of other’s work product.
Ok it’s not the best thing - but it is funny.
Why would I pay for cable - I don’t like anything on tv (goes back to illegal reddit stream of cable programming).
I think I’ll stop at Dunkin (rip 2nd d) and tell them I don’t like the size cups they sell coffee in and just grab a couple of ounces and walk out without paying.