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For movie night, have you thought about what you're going to wear for a day or night out? I've decided to include a section on this page just for that. Sometimes you just want to lounge around at home and watch a great movie where you're most comfortable at. We all can stay home in our favorite pajamas and do that! What if you're invited to go to the movies and you're sick of the same outfit and just want a change. You don't have to spend an arm and a leg for a great outfit to go out in.

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Streaming becomes mainstream as cord-cutting accelerates




Cord-cutting is not just for millennials anymore. Fed up with high prices and bloated packages, millions of Americans cut the cord on cable TV in 2017, finding refuge with a growing number of streaming services, which deliver lower prices and a competitive channel lineup over the internet. “This was really the year that cord-cutting went mainstream,” said Craig Moffett, a senior analyst at the research firm MoffettNathanson. “It was mostly based on the availability of compelling services.” Internet television, also known as over the top, bypasses cable and delivers video directly to viewers through a broadband connection. Major players include subscription video-on-demand services such as Netflix, Amazon Video, and Hulu as well as live streaming services such as Sling TV and DirecTV Now, which air dozens of cable channels in real time. Once an idle threat customers used to squeeze a few free months of HBO out of cable providers, cord-cutting accelerated in 2017 as a disruption in the pay-TV industry reached critical mass. 

New streaming services launched, subscriber growth skyrocketed and more media companies took the plunge to ensure their programming found viewers online. “The genie is out of the bottle, and it’s not going to be put back in,” Moffett said. “The media companies are now dependent on the (over-the-top) providers to sustain their distribution, so they have no choice but to steam forward and make their content available.” Traditional pay-TV providers — cable, satellite and telephone companies — lost 1.7 million subscribers in 2016, and the pace is accelerating, with more than 2.6 million cutting the cord through September of this year, according to MoffettNathanson. At the same time, virtual distributors gained more than 1.7 million subscribers this year through September. While their ranks are shrinking, there were nearly 94 million traditional pay-TV subscribers in the U.S through September, according to MoffettNathanson, versus about 3.5 million subscribers for fast-growing virtual services. Michael Napier, 29, a market researcher who lives in Chicago’s Loop, is one of them. He cut the cord during the summer and isn’t looking back. “I had Comcast for a long time, and the bill just kept rising on me, so I switched to Hulu Live TV,” he said. Napier still gets internet from Comcast, but he is saving about $15 over his $160-per-month cable and broadband bundle with the nascent Hulu Live streaming service. He supplements his service with Netflix, Amazon Prime, and a TV antenna to watch the Cubs on WGN-Ch.9 over the air for free. Sling TV broke new ground when Dish Network launched the service in early 2015 as a slimmed-down streaming alternative to satellite and cable services. 

Last fall, competing satellite provider DirecTV, owned by AT&T, launched its own streaming service, called DirecTV Now. PlayStation Vue also was early to the game, launching its live streaming service more than two years ago, but the live streaming category blew up in 2017 with new offerings from Hulu and YouTube joining a suddenly crowded field. YouTube TV went live in April in five markets, including Chicago, and has since rolled out to dozens of cities across the U.S. Hulu Live launched in May. Streaming devices such as Apple TV, Google’s Chromecast and Roku make streaming services feel very much like cable, easing the transition for cord cutters. But for many, the biggest reason for taking the plunge into streaming is the price.

 The average cost to subscribe to traditional pay TV is more than $100 per month, while the average bill for a streaming TV service runs $35 to $40, on top of the cost of an internet connection. A report published this month by digital video recorder manufacturer TiVo found that 85 percent of cord cutters cited bills that were too expensive as the primary reason for canceling their traditional TV subscription. “There was never any question that if a customer could get their pay TV subscription for $35 instead of $100 that there would be a lot of people who would want to do that,” Moffett said. “Now it’s an available option, and so you’re seeing a lot of the pent-up demand finally being met.”

The cord-cutter’s guide to watching college football and the NFL Without Cable!




You cut the cord, didn’t you? And it was going great – you have Netflix and your mom’s HBO Go password, so no problem. Except now it’s football season and you need to see all those games.
Before you go running back to the cable and satellite providers, know that there is another way. Or more accurately, many other ways. It can get a little confusing, but we’re here to help guide you through (and we’re keeping it legal). Of course here thru my weblog you are always welcome to stream our Free online channels (including sports). As you might know by now, we offer a Premium service that actually has PPV as an extra perk so you can get all of the best high profile events, just like your satellite or cable tv provider. I don't want to talk too much about us but I want to let you all know that there are other ways for you to watch your favorite games as well so let's begin.
First, an antenna is a good idea – and you probably already have one if you’ve killed your cable. A lot of NFL and college games will air on CBS, NBC, ABC or Fox, so you’re all set there. A good indoor HD antenna, such as Mohu Leaf (a one-time cost starting around $40) will probably do the trick, but some folks require an attic or rooftop version. You can also get some of the broadcast networks through a streaming service, but not all services include CBS.
What about for all the other games? For those, you’ll need to start with a robust internet connection and then dive into the growing number of streaming services available. Most of these offer a free introductory period – definitely use it to verify that the channels they claim to carry are actually available in this area. Most are available through Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast and Amazon Fire devices, as well as Android and iOS apps.
Here’s a look at what’s out there right now.
Sling
There are two packages available plus a way to combine them, depending on your needs. There’s a lot of stuff here, including ABC, NBC, and Fox, plus ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNews, ESPN Buzzer Beater, ESPN Goal Line, Fox, Fox Sports, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, PAC-12, SEC Network, CSN, NFL Network and RedZone. Make a mental note for NCAA basketball tournament time that you can also get TNT, TBS, and truTV here. You also get log-in credentials for the WatchESPN app. The bummer: You can’t watch CBS games on Sling and there’s no Big Ten.
Find it: sling.com
Cost: $20-$45 per month
DirecTV Now
This is a streaming service, so you don’t need DirecTV’s satellite subscription. For your football watching purposes, DirecTV Now has ABC, NBC, Fox, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN News, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, Big Ten Network, SEC Network and some regional sports networks. Plus, TNT, TBS, and truTV. You also get log-in credentials for CSN, ESPN, Fox, Fox Sports, NBC, NBC Universo, NBC Sports and Telemundo. CBS isn’t available, but it’s coming soon.
Find it: directvnow.com or directvdeals.com/directv-now
Cost: $35-$70 per month
PlayStation Vue
All Playstation Vue packages include ABC, NBC, and Fox, plus all ESPN channels. You also get the Big Ten Network, SEC Network, Fox College Sports, FS1, FS2 and more (including TNT, TBS, and truTV). VUE will also get you the NFL Network and you can add on RedZone with 13 additional sports channels for regional games. Log-in credentials include ESPN, Fox, NBC, NBC Sports, WatchESPN, Fox Sports Go, NFL Network and Telemundo. (Note: You don’t have to have a PlayStation game system to use this, you can watch through Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Google Chromecast.)
Find it: playstation.com/en-us/network/vue
Cost: $40-$75 per month
Hulu with Live TV
Theoretically speaking, Hulu with Live TV (not the same as regular Hulu) offers a lot of channels, but when I plug in a Raleigh ZIP code, CBS and Fox (both Capitol Broadcasting channels) disappear. It shows ABC/WTVD and NBC (On Demand – not live). So do your research on this one. It does list CBS Sports Network, Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, Fox Regional Sports, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN News, Big Ten Network, SEC Network and NBCSN. Plus TNT, TBS, and truTV. It includes log-in credentials for CBS All Access, ESPN, Fox and other channels.
Find it: hulu.com/live-tv
Cost: Starts at $39.99 per month
Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime has 10 Thursday night NFL games this year, plus one Saturday game. That includes an Oct. 12 game featuring the Philadelphia Eagles at Carolina Panthers (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon). You can watch anywhere you watch Amazon Prime content, including your phone app.
Cost: $99 per year or $10.99 per month
YouTube TV
This new streaming service has about 40 channels, including (it claims) all the major broadcast networks – ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC – plus the ESPN networks, Fox Sports 1, Comcast Sports Networks and Big Ten.
Find it: tv.youtube.com
Cost: $35 per month
ACC games
This one is easy. If you don’t mind watching on your computer, most of the games can be streamed at theacc.com. Many of the games will also air on local affiliate stations (use your antenna), and they’ll list all that on their website within 10 days of each game. (Those with a cable or satellite log-in can also watch via ACC Network Extra, a collaborative effort of the ACC and ESPN).
Cost: Free
Twitter/Facebook
Twitter streamed some NFL games last season but those games went to Amazon Prime this year. They should have some other college games through their Campus Insider partnership, as long as those games aren’t already playing on another network. You can also get news and some other content therefrom ACC Digital Network. Same deal over at Facebook – they’ll get 15 college games this season.
Cost: Free✔
College Sports Network
CSN has 50 schools, with some home games streaming (but sometimes just a radio broadcast).
Find it: collegesportslive.com
Cost: Starts at $9.99 per month
Verizon Wireless
This mobile carrier has exclusive mobile phone rights to live NFL games.
Cost: Varies, depending on your phone plan.
CBS All Access
CBS All Access will stream NFL games carried by its affiliates, but you’ll only get the games carried by your local affiliate.
Find it: cbs.com/all-access
Cost: Starting at $5.99-$9.99 per month or $59.99-$99.99 per year
Borrow a password/Go to a bar
There’s always the old “Hey, can I borrow your password?” plan – not strictly ethical, but a popular method that streaming services and some providers have so far neglected to really crack down on. We are not endorsing this practice.
Or you could just find a sports bar that’s playing the game and make it a party.
Brooks Fuller, a recent UNC graduate who lives in Baton Rouge and teaches at LSU, is able to keep up with Triangle teams by borrowing a cable log-in and streaming WatchESPN through his Apple TV. But for the important games – the Carolina games – he makes it an event. “We’ll gather friends and go to a bar or restaurant,” he says. “It makes it a social experience.”
Cost: Free
Don’t cut the cord if ...
You value convenience and reliability. Cord-cutting isn’t for everyone. If you watch a lot of television (sports and otherwise) and value the convenience of having everything in one place, the cable bill is probably worth it to you. Also, some cord-cutters report buffering issues when streaming popular live events.
You have a bunch of TVs. Steve Young of Holly Springs is an N.C. State fan with nine TVs in one room. He says he has researched cord-cutting and it doesn’t make sense for him. “These cord-cutting features are designed for using one TV at a time,” he says. He does have multiple DirecTV boxes but says he has worked out a good deal.
Even if you don’t have nine TVs, it’s pretty easy to get carried away with all the a la carte streaming services and end up paying just as much – or more – than you do for your cable or satellite package.
You are a tailgating monster. When Young isn’t watching an away game on one of his nine TVs, he has a pro-level tailgating situation with his RV at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh. A big part of tailgating is food, and depending on the weekend, Young might have pizzas fresh from his pizza oven, a pig cooker going or an oyster-shrimp-crab legs feast complete with a DJ. This year, he’s adding a soft-serve ice cream machine. But you need something to watch while cooking and eating all that food. Young tailgates with two 40-inch TVs and a 12-foot inflatable screen – and you absolutely cannot rely on streaming to feed those screens when the place gets crowded. So Young has a DirecTV dish on his RV. “You can stream a movie on a Friday (he tailgates from Friday afternoon to Sunday morning), but Saturday during game day, you aren’t doing anything of significance over the internet,” Young says of the wifi availability. “It’s painful.”

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Cord Cutting Guide | Channel Master


If you are looking for more in depth information about deciding to cut the cord please take a look at the included link in this post. All credit is given to: Channel Master for a well researched, helpful, and insightful cord cutting guide. You will get an overview of some of the best online streaming services and devices to use to get you started on your journey for your own tailored online television streaming.

I myself feel like I have definitely saved several dollars a month by watching tv online, compared to my satellite tv service, the prices and the equipment to get started can be relentless. I have had an extensive debate as to whether it's worth it to really pay soooo much for streaming tv! My conclusion is that the contracts can be become expensive at times; therefore, leaving with the choice of only choosing a few channels to watch to keep within your budget and not overspend for entertainment; but with your own device and you actually choosing what you want to watch vs. what's being picked for you, the clear winner is me purchasing a media device with a working internet connection and watching my favorite shows anywhere there's an internet connection and watching my favorite shows whenever I want to. I'll tell you another great reason. If I've missed a show or episode I can find my favorite shows on demand and play catch-up. How great is that?

I highly recommend that you take a look at becoming independent with your streaming TV viewing and become a cord cutter; but if you still have some doubts Channel Master has put together a great guide to help you in understanding where TV is and how far it's come!

Cord Cutting Guide | Channel Master

Android TV Streaming App Worth Checking Out!

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For those cord cutters out there who like using their mobile phones/ mobile devices, I have come across an Android app that I think you'll appreciate. I've found that the Google App store has several new apps for your mobile devices that have shown up within the last year that are actually useful.


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How to watch, live stream the Bills and Jaguars on CBS All Access


Want to watch the NFL on CBS but don't have cable? CBS All Access has partnered with the NFL so you can stream local market games each Sunday to your computer, tablet or OTT device. It's a concerted effort to allow viewers to watch football wherever they're at, all without needing a cable or satellite subscription (or even a television) in your local market.
Obviously CBS All Access is about more than streaming football (although it doesn't have to be). For as low as $5.99 a month, the service allows subscribers to stream hundreds of hit shows. The real benefit, however, lies in being able to watch CBS live wherever you are. If you got roped into a wedding, you're stuck at a baby shower or you're just a good mom or dad and want to be at your kid's soccer game on Sunday, you can stream games directly to your tablet or laptop.
How to get CBS All Access
Signing up is simple as well. You simply go to the CBS All Access landing page and pick the plan you want to purchase. Click here if you want to go straight to the free one-week trial, and input the proper information. 
Bills and Jaguars on CBS All Access
The Bills and the Jaguars put their seasons on the line, as two of the most surprising playoff teams in the NFL square off on Wild-Card Weekend. The Bills were able to sneak into the playoffs with a little help from the Bengals, snapping the sports world's longest postseason drought, while the Jaguars were dominant all season to win the AFC South. Now, the Bills are trying to do more in Josh McDermott's first season and win a playoff game.
The Jaguars will be looking to put on a show in front of their home fans, who have been starved for this game for some time. With the tarps off, the Jaguars will look to make a mark at EverBank to play the Steelers in the second round, whom they beat soundly earlier this season. However, no one is overlooking Tyrod Taylor and the Bills. The Bills, if you recall, were thought to be tanking earlier this year. And despite a misstep in putting Nathan Peterman in -- who went on to throw five interceptions in a half against the Chargers -- the Bills managed to survive.
Leonard Fournette and Chris Ivory have been a strong 1-2 punch for the Jags all season, while LeSean McCoy has carried the load for Buffalo. Shady, however, is a game-time decision against Jacksonville -- and without him, the Bills' chances will take a huge hit. This game will likely be won on the ground so the Bills may go to the Mike Tolbert well if McCoy's carries get impacted, but losing such a huge part of their offense just before the wild-card round would be a brutal loss.
Bills and Jaguars start time, stream, channel, broadcasters
  • Date: Sunday, Jan. 7

  • Time: 1:05 p.m. ET

  • Location: EverBank Stadium -- Jacksonville, Florida

  • Channel: CBS (check local listings)

  • Stream: CBS All Access

  • Broadcasters: Beth Mowins, Jay Feely

  • How to watch CBS All Access
    The streaming service is readily available on nearly all platforms, both homebound and mobile.
    Apple TV, Android, iPad, Roku, Google Chromecast, PlayStation 4, Xbox, Windows 10 and Amazon Fire TV all have CBS All Access capability, meaning you can stream games from the comfort of your home or on the go.
    You can download the CBS app through various app stores or by clicking here.
    And if you're an old-fashioned person who likes streaming on the world wide web, you can always just watch the games on CBS.com in more than 150 markets across the U.S.
    "CBS has been one of our most trusted and valuable partners for over 50 years, and we're happy to extend our relationship with them in new and exciting ways," NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement announcing the partnership. "Distribution of our games on CBS All Access is a win for the millions of NFL fans across the country, especially those looking to watch our games on these emerging digital platforms."
    The new digital partnership between CBS and the NFL is a multi-year agreement so you can sign up knowing that you'll be able to watch "NFL on CBS" games for years to come.

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    Internet television opening up new options for free viewing


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    Most people are unaware of one of the more recent developments in interactive Internet use. This new technology brings all the benefits of the Internet and television together to create your own personalised viewing experience. In simple terms Internet television means that you can watch TV straight from your laptop or desktop PC.

    Internet TV allows you to you maximize the use of your computer and your Internet connection. I expect you have probably thought that there must be more you could do with your personal computer or laptop. You know that typing the occasional letter, transferring your MP3 collection to your iPod or playing the odd game or two online is hardly making use of its full potential. Now you can explore a trusted method of entertainment with access to unlimited viewing and you don't even have to stop your usual computer activities.

    If you are someone who can't get enough of watching programs on television, think about how Internet television will open up new options for free viewing. You can catch up with current news stories, watch real time sports action, keep up to date with stock market movements or enjoy a little light comedy. You are provided with a wide variety of entertainment possibilities that continues to grow, gaining in popularity every day.

    Internet TV will provide access to free live football streams. Viewers will be able to keep up with the latest action from all the international football games involving teams including Brazil, Argentina, France, England and many more. Japan's third largest TV broadcaster, Tokyo Broadcasting System, has recently announced plans to air World Cup programmes over the Internet and on mobile phones.

    If you use the Internet for any kind of research (even if it's only helping the kids with their homework), you no longer have to view what you find in the usual format of text and pictures. Now you can see this information through streams of live or pre-recorded video enabling you to see details that simply wouldn't be visible in a series of pictures.


    5 Features of Internet Television:

    1. Stations are available internationally. Currently over 150 countries have Internet access so you can rest assured that your country has at least one Internet TV station you can watch.

    2. No additional hardware is required. In the past, watching television on your computer would require the fitting of a PC TV card but this is no longer necessary. Improvements in the telecommunications industry have made broadband connections more widely available and cheaper than ever before allowing more and more people to view high quality streaming media on their computer.

    3. Anyone with an Internet connection can watch several programs with variety and choices. A minimum connection speed of at least 1 MBPS is recommended and watching at this speed should give you a reasonable picture. Higher connection speeds will improve the picture quality (dependant on the server capabilities) and the fastest connections enabling you to view programmes in DVD quality.

    4. New channels are added all the time. Major players in the Internet industry have recently started showing significant interest in this rapidly expanding market. Google is developing Google TV and has signed up American channel UPN and is in talks with the BBC in the UK to provide content. AOL has launched IN2TV which will show thousands of hours of programmes from Warner Brothers across 6 different channels and Yahoo has shown Internet TV in Japan which could lead to a worldwide service if successful.

    5. Personalize your experience. Normal televisions have fixed channels which depend on the local stations or the cable operators. Internet television gives you the opportunity to bookmark your favorite stations so you can get back to them quickly without having to flick through everything else available. There is usually the option of viewing in either full screen mode or in a smaller window enabling you to get on with other things on your computer while watching.

    You too can enjoy all the benefits of Internet television. The world really is at your fingertips now that you have discovered this new, hassle-free way of watching TV.

    To get started with cutting the cord, check out our other site at https://cordcuttersnationtv.com

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