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Bill Frost

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Bill Frost has been a journalist and TV reviewer since the 4:3-aspect-ratio ’90s. His pulse-pounding prose has been featured in The Salt Lake Tribune, Pacific Northwest Inlander, Coachella Valley Independent, Salt Lake City Weekly, and many other dead-tree publications. In addition to his CableTV.com work, Bill is a senior writer and streaming TV columnist at SLUGMag.com. By night, Bill cranks a Flying V with his band at the bar.

Sling Orange vs. Sling Blue: What’s the Difference?

by | Apr 3, 2020 | Brand Reviews, Reviews, Versus Reviews | 0 

How do you choose between Sling TV’s same-priced, color-coded livestreaming plans? It depends on what you’re looking for: Blue gives you more channels and streams, but Orange carries a handful of gotta-have networks like ESPN and Disney. And neither is great for local programming, FYI.

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Your Guide to TV, Streaming, and Internet Service During COVID-19

by | Apr 2, 2020 | Industry News, TV FAQs | 0 

We’re all relying on our internet and TV service more than ever during the COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) pandemic. Between staying in touch with family, working from home, attending school online, or re-watching Tiger King on Netflix for the fifth time (no judgment—we can’t look away, either), staying connected is more vital now than ever.

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Cox Internet Plans and Pricing

by | | Brand Reviews, Reviews | 1 

Cox internet service comes through the same coaxial cables as its TV service, which means it’s faster than telephone-line DSL internet but slower than fiber-optic internet. Still, some of Cox’s internet plans come close to fiber speed, and most of them can easily handle household needs.

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Netflix Review 2020: Plans, Pricing, and More

by | Mar 30, 2020 | Uncategorized | 0 

Price Price: $8.99–$15.99/mo. Try it now Pros Huge variety of movies and TV shows Exclusive original content 4K Ultra HD capability Cons No live TV or sports Long waits for non-Netflix TV shows Almost too many choices Jump to: Current Deals | Plans | Channels and shows | Specs and Features | Our final take Are NBC shows [...]

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Devices vs. Dinner: Do You Limit Screen Time at Family Mealtime?

by | Mar 23, 2020 | Tools | 0 

Remember a time when electronic screens weren’t a part of family meals? Neither do we. Ask any child if they’d rather play on their tablet than eat their vegetables—you already know the answer, and it’s the same for most adults. That made us wonder: Where do parents draw the line on devices at dinner? Are [...]

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Complete Guide to Streaming TV Providers 2020

by | Mar 20, 2020 | TV FAQs | 0 

Ready to cut the cord and jump into the stream? Let the editorial team at CableTV.com help you navigate the waters of streaming TV.

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Best Rural Internet Providers for 2020

by | Mar 17, 2020 | Best Of, Reviews | 6 

We’ve researched and reviewed your best options for rural internet providers—there’s bound to be at least one available near your homestead.

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ESPN+ Review 2020

by | Mar 4, 2020 | Reviews | 0 

Is the long-awaited ESPN+ the streaming service of your hoop dreams? Sorry, cord-cutting ball fans, but the emphasis of ESPN+ is on the “+” part. It’s more of a robust addition to, but not a replacement for, ESPN.

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Cox Channel Lineup

by | Mar 3, 2020 | Brand Reviews, Reviews | 0 

Cox’s Contour TV packages carry most popular cable networks (including ESPN, FOX Sports, Syfy, Comedy Central, and TNT), as well as local channels that broadcast ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, and PBS. There are also add-on packages available for HBO, CINEMAX, SHOWTIME, STARZ, and EPIX, and channel packs for movies, sports, news, and Spanish-language channels.

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Cox TV Review

by | | Brand Reviews, Reviews | 0 

Cox may have begun as a cable TV company way back in the 1960s, but in 2020, it’s better at delivering bundles than channels. If you’re looking for a standalone TV plan, Cox offers only one worth paying for; the better values lie in bundling with internet service.

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