Several Series on Cord Cutting That Are Worth the Read

As 2012 comes to a close and everyone is suffering from the holiday lull between Christmas and New Year's we thought it would be useful to share some recently written series that relate to cord cutting and new ways to watch TV.  Sure we think our own content is pretty top notch but I've always been from the school of thought that it's best to do your research, get multiple viewpoints on a subject and draw y ...

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Last Minute Gift Ideas for Cord Cutters

If you are like me then you have good intentions of getting your Christmas shopping done early each year but it never seems to happen that way.  Even though the big day is rapidly approaching, there is still time to order gifts online (my preferred method of shopping) or brave your local mall.  Here are a few gift ideas for anyone who is looking to put a little cord cutting into their Christmas gifts: ...

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How To Get Free HDTV – Video Walkthrough

  Do you want to be able to get all of the major networks for free, in high definition, without paying for cable or satellite?  If you live near a major metropolitan area then it's easier than you think.  All you need is the right information and the right kind of antenna.  That's right, you can get receive all of the major networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, etc) in HD by hooking up your TV to an over-the-a ...

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A Cord-Cutters Guide To Watching the 2012 NFL Season

As the calendar turns to September, another NFL season is upon us.  Following the action is a time-honored tradition, especially on Sundays.  But what if you are part of the growing trend of consumers that doesn't subscribe to a pay TV service such as cable or satellite?  While your options are certainly limited, the number of ways to watch grows after each season and this year is no different. OVER-THE-AIR ...

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[GUIDE] How To Watch the 2012 Olympic Games Online

The opening ceremony for the 2012 London Olympic games is this Friday, leaving many wondering what the different options are for watching the Olympic games.  As usual in the United States, the NBC family of networks will be broadcasting the events on NBC, MSNBC, Bravo and CNBC.  But what if you don't have access to cable channels like MSNBC or CNBC?  You could watch the games online or on a mobile device... ...

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Cord Cutting 101 – A Comprehensive Guide On Why And How To Cut The Cord

If you have ever thought about canceling cable or satellite TV and becoming a "cord cutter" but aren't sure where to start then we have just the thing for you.  Our Cord Cutting 101 page details why people are cutting the cord, exactly how to do it, and common mistakes that are typically made by new cord-cutters and how you can avoid them.  In the first few days the guide went live we saw thousands of visit ...

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News Recap: Amazon Instant Video Now On Xbox 360, International Programming Comes To Roku and MORE

For even more cord cutting news, follow us on Twitter: @OtherWays2Watch. Amazon Instant Video Now Available On Your Xbox 360:  Xbox 360 owners rejoice: you can now watch Amazon's Prime Instant Video library on your game console.  This makes complete sense as an Instant Video app was released for the Playstation 3 several months ago and Amazon seems to be taking the Netflix approach of making the content ava ...

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