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So, Yet Another Discussion On Cutting The Satellite/Cable Cord...
I've been with DTV for more than 25 years and just can't justify paying them almost $200 a month any longer for the channels the wife and I watch. I've researched the streaming channels and even did the free trial for Hulu a while back. The issue we had at the time was the internet not being sufficient. Come to find out later that our modem was about to die and it did. So I'm looking at streaming alternatives again.
I was ready to resubscribe to Hulu, but noticed that they don't carry CBS. My research also shows that most streaming services don't, except for Paramount+. Really no issues except Paramount doesn't support recording live TV. The wife loves the DVR feature to record CBS shows she can't watch live.
Anyone else have any ideas or fixes to that? We're TV only as far as TV. No phones, tablets etc.