- August 7, 2020
- Posted by: Dave DeJonge
- Categories: Streaming Devices, Streaming Services
I’ll share a few of the resources I find useful to keep informed about the ever-changing landscape of streaming video. Below, you’ll find websites, email lists, and Facebook groups.
Cord Cutters News – Both a website and daily email digest. Probably the most “consumer friendly” source of information about streaming video.
The Streamable – Recent news on service and price changes. Also has reviews of services and devices.
Cord Cutter Weekly – A weekly email from journalist Jared Newman. A bit more focused on the business side of streaming, but this is where to look for the upcoming trends.
Consumer Reports – What you’d expect from Consumer Reports – reviews of products and services. Some articles are free to everyone, some require a subscription.
Suppose.tv – Here’s how to comparison shop for streaming services. Pick the channels you want and the website shows you the best deals.
Cord Cutting Tech Support Group – This very active Facebook group is dedicated to helping each other with tech problems.
YouTube TV Support Community – Another active Facebook group that discusses a wide range of all things related to YouTube TV.
Roku Codes, tips, and tricks – A Facebook group around Roku devices.