cord-cutting

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cord-cutting

The act of canceling a traditional cable subscription and replacing it with other entertainment sources, such as streaming services, a la carte programming, etc. I never thought I'd find cord-cutting to be a good idea, but once my cable bill got high enough, I was all for it.
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Colorado boasts four of the nation's top 25 metro areas with the highest percentage of household broadband penetration, according to a released May 7 by Cordcutting. com, a blog dedicated to streaming solutions and free over-the-air TV.
Via (https://techcrunch.com/2019/02/27/netflix-may-be-losing-192m-per-month-from-piracy-cord-cutting-study-claims/) TechCrunch , a new study from CordCutting.com reveals that one in five people today are using someone else's Netflix, Amazon, or Hulu account.
As cordcutting and cord shaving increase, the addition of Cheddar gives fubo subscribers instant access to the most interesting and relevant business news.
There is a variant of cordcutting called 'cord-shaving', which involves keeping a basic cable package subscription and using VOD services to consume premium content.
While the prospect of people dumping cable, or "cordcutting," has perhaps been overstated, championship games and playoffs represent the kind of live events people will absolutely demand, and potentially pay through the nose to get.
(https://cordcutting.com/netflix-has-a-new-plan-for-europe-is-the-u-s-next/) CordCutting.com discovered that the test is also available in other European countries including Germany, which offers the new Ultra plan for a[logical not]19.99 (around US$23).
With some consumers embracing cordcutting, it's about time that more electronic devices go wireless.