The days of subscribing to cable TV (as we know it) may be coming
to an end. And good riddance, if you ask me. I'm tired of paying
$60 per month just for local stations and the smattering of cable
channels I watch.
Indeed, there's a growing movement of "cord cutters" who would like
nothing better than to ditch their monthly TV bill and rely solely
on Internet-powered viewing options.
Just one wrinkle: to watch local channels, you need an antenna.
Even then you're not guaranteed a perfect picture. And if you want
to record shows to watch later? There's no easy way.
, a new
service that's available now in about nine major cities and coming
soon to over a dozen more. I've been test-driving it for about a
month, and although I was skeptical at first, I must admit I'm a
Aereo is the missing link for cord cutters, a way to not only watch
local TV, but also record it.
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