The 2015 Kentucky Derby is right around the corner. Lucky for cord cutters, it will be broadcast over-the-air on NBC, so anyone can enjoy the action. Here’s the TV schedule so you can plan accordingly:
When: Saturday, May 2
Time: 4 p.m. ET
The Derby is a major social event for many folks in the US, hosting elaborate gatherings with friends and family, serving up refreshing Mint Juleps, donning wide-brim hats, and so on. We’ve put together some tips for hosting a cord cutter Kentucky Derby day party if you need some inspiration.
With all the effort and planning that goes into hosting a Kentucky Derby party, the last thing you want to have happen is for your cable or satellite to go out just as they’re rounding the first turn.
To help prevent that nightmare from coming true for folks who still subscribe to cable or satellite and to bring the best viewing experience possible to folks who have cut the cord, we want to offer you an exclusive deal: get Mohu Channels and our longest-range HDTV antenna, Sky 60, for just $149. No monthly bills attached and no excuses for missing the fastest 2 minutes in sports!
Not only can you enjoy the Derby like you’ve never seen it (in uncompressed, better-than-cable video quality), but even after the race ends and the parties are over, you can still enjoy 96 of the top 100 TV shows along with your favorite streaming services like Netflix and Hulu. So, if you’re still subscribing to pay TV, this is the perfect way to test the cord cutting waters or bring endless entertainment to a secondary room in your home. It’s a bet where the only possible outcome is a win-win for you. We guarantee it.
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