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Thinking about cutting the cable cord, but still want to watch your favorite shows? Brad from TV Internet Boxes shares the best streaming media options for your budget.
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Cutting the Cable Cord
Today’s show is about saving a bundle. There are plenty of personal finance blogs that talk about cutting the cord and ditching the cord. What if you still want to catch your shows, though? Is there a way to have your cake and eat it too? (A phrase I hate because why bother with cake if you can’t eat it?)
In this episode we look at:
- whether streaming media is a practical option
- awesome free and family friendly channels you can grab on the Roku
- how to try out streaming media
Hope you enjoy the show!
Is Streaming Media Right for You?
Brad from Internet TV Boxes came on the show to discuss streaming media player options that fit different budgets.
He’s set up the site to help guide families to affordable options and set-ups.
- Top 10 Free Roku Channels for Kids and Families
- Brad’s Top Six Streaming Media Set-ups
- Tech Guide to Cutting the Cord
Resources to Ditch the Cable
If you’re ready to make the switch, here are some streaming media options and deals for you to check out:
I’d love to hear from you and get your ideas and tips on saving money with TV. How many of you use cable? Who is your provider? What are some of your favorite shows and channels?