“In last week’s Cord-Cutter Confidential, I highlighted the many streaming video options available to anyone who can mooch a pay-TV password,” Jared Newman writes for Macworld.
“But watching free, streaming video on your television doesn’t have to be a morally dubious enterprise,” Newman writes. “As more people abandon their pay-TV services and the ridiculous prices that go with them, TV networks are putting more of their shows online where you can access them for free (well, you’ll need broadband service and a streaming device or video-game console).”
“You might have trouble getting your TV fix from these apps alone, they’re great supplements to a Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime subscription if you’re cutting the cable cord,” Newman writes. “Here’s a list of networks that offer free streaming video on televisions, what they have to offer, and what hardware they require.”
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