Nowadays most people know about Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Instant, but did you know there are many really great services out there that most people have never used? Here is our short list of helpful services and resources every cord cutter should know.
Ever want to see a movie or TV show but don’t know where to find it for streaming?
CanIstream.it is the answer to finding the best place to stream your favorite movie or TV show. Just do a search for what you are looking for and CanIStream.it will show you which services have it available.
Yahoo Screen is an excellent source for short form news, entertainment clips, music and original full length shows. It also has Yahoo Live with sensational live coverage of the news and even big name concerts.
They recently released a Roku Channel for Yahoo Screen that brings this entire selection of content right to your TV.
This may not be a source you think of when looking for something to watch at night, but it should be. There are tens of thousands of great long format original shows posted on YouTube every day! From history and cooking shows to news and drama, it is all on YouTube.
Just search for any topic which may interest you and you will find a wealth of content perfectly matched to what you want to view. While it may take a bit of digging, over time you will build a large library of your favorite original shows. So check out YouTube next time you are wondering what to watch.
If you have a question, or are looking to hear about the cord cutting experiences of others, /r/CordCutters is an impressive resource for help. With over 80,000 members this is an excellent place to find answers.
/r/CordCutters is also a great place to find out what is happening in the world of Cord Cutting. Breaking news stories and personal cord cutters experiences are posted here every day, making/r/CordCutters a bountiful resource.
Do you have a favorite under the radar source for cord cutting help? Post a comment here and let everyone know your great cord cutting resource.
Luke Bouma is the owner of CordCutterNews.com and is a dedicated cord cutter. Cord Cutter News gives you some of the best reviews and news about cutting the cord. You can find them on Twitter @CordCuttersNews or on their Facebook Page.
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