The 2019 Women’s World Cup is underway and luckily for cordcutters, you can catch all the action without a Pay TV subscription. Most major matches will be broadcast on FOX, so to watch Team USA play, all you need is an over-the-air antenna. For matches on FS1, there are plenty of live streaming options to subscribe to, most of which offer free trials.
In article published by Cord Cutters News, they explore how you can take cord cutting even further by getting rid of your Internet. Spoiler alert: they suggest getting an antenna as the cheapest, easiest solution.
This weekend, the US Open airs on FOX. Which means you can watch the top golfers play at Pebble Beach for free with an antenna. Want to live stream the US Open? There are plenty of streaming services to choose from too!
This week, Cord Cutting Report featured Leaf Glide in an updated review. Leaf Glide remains one of the most powerful indoor antennas they’ve tested, and they also note Glide’s strong VHF/UHF reception capabilities. The review closes with this note:
“The Leaf Glide may be a worthy investment if you are restricted to use an indoor antenna, and live in a part of the U.S. where you’ve struggled to get major networks like NBC, CBS or ABC.”
Our Dads and Grads sale is continuing through this weekend! Shop gomohu.com while supplies last to save 30% on select antennas and celebrate the Dads and Grads in your life!
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This week's latest in cordcutting news and trends: New OTA stations, why it might be time to rescan your antenna, a look at Pay TV's sneaky hidden fees, Mohu's Independence Day sale and more.
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A new report found that there are over 100 available over-the-air stations you can watch for free with an antenna.