Funny how things can get around these days. Although the transition to DTV is over and done, with a few bumps. TV is one of the key areas for more change. And it has only begun. Another sign is today article in the New York Times headlined – Cable Freedom Is a Click Away. Only weeks after the announcement of Comcasts bid to buy NBC, the story in Times tells how to skip cable and make a significant financial gain. Not something to neglect these days.
Just as this blog posted over a year ago under the headline “Down with cable up with online and DTV“, cable TV is challenged by alternatives offered today. Even of you need some tech skills and patience while getting what you want to your set. But on the other hand – your new resources will offer you more time when you decide when and what to watch on your screen.
To stay tuned with your favorite shows on the set – doesnt have to include a monthly payment to a cable giant. How bout that?
The goal is to get more for less and gain freedom from set monthly bills and cable companies that actually exclude the wealth of alternative and mainstream resources of content that are gaining in importance and quality.
This blog and the Times article has offered two ways of skipping cable – do you have any other to share?
Best / Anders