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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.

The Magicians (Syfy)

What to Watch on TV This Week

by | Jan 13, 2020 | Entertainment | 0 

TV previews for the week of Jan. 13–19, 2020 Here at CableTV.com, we’re well-aware that there are already too many TV shows. To compound the problem, new series drop every week—so of course we’re going to recommend some fresh TV here every week for your poor, overstuffed DVR. Sorry, and you’re welcome. The Bachelor Reality [...]

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Sling TV vs. Hulu + Live TV

by | Jan 8, 2020 | Reviews, Versus Reviews | 0 

Best for sports Price: $30–$45/mo. Live channels 45+ Customer rating: (2.6 /5) View plans Best overall Price: $54.99–$60.99/mo. Live channels: 55+ Customer rating: (3.5 /5) View plans Jump to: Deals | Prices and plans | Fees and extra charges | Channels | Original shows and movies | Specs and features | Our verdict | FAQ [...]

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Roku Ultra | 2019’s Best Streaming TV Devices | Cabletv.com

Roku Ultra Review 2019

by | Dec 26, 2019 | Equipment Guides | 1 

Roku Ultra is the best $99 streamer on the market. Specs: #1 perk: Roku interface Price: $99 4K, HDR resolution USB and Ethernet ports Get Roku Ultra Jump to: Pros and cons | Deals and promotions | Specs | Roku Express vs. the competition | Setup | Apps | User experience | Remote | Our final take  The bottom line: [...]

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Roku Express Review 2019

by | | Equipment Guides | 1 

Specs: #1 perk: Inexpensive price Price: $29.99 1080p video resolution Thousands of available apps View on Amazon Jump to: Pros and cons | Deals and promotions | Specs | Roku Express vs. the competition | Setup | Apps | User experience | Remote | Our final take The bottom line: Roku Express is cheap and [...]

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Best Live TV Streaming Services for 2020

by | Dec 19, 2019 | Best Of, Reviews | 3 

Hulu + Live TV Best overall Try it now Sling TV Best for sports Try it now Philo Cheapest  Try it now Jump to: Hulu + Live TV | Sling TV | Philo | YouTube TV | AT&T TV NOW | Disney+ | Apple TV+ | Netflix | Prime Video | CBS All Access | [...]

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Best Rural Internet Providers for 2020

by | | Best Of | 2 

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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Amazon Fire TV Stick Review 2020

by | Dec 18, 2019 | Equipment Guides | 0 

Sure, set-top streaming TV devices are smaller than ever in 2019, but they still take up space. If you’re looking to KonMari your life and you don’t want a black box just sitting there collecting dust, a streaming stick is the way to go—and the Amazon Fire TV Stick is one of the best.

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Xfinity vs. AT&T Internet

by | Nov 13, 2019 | Versus Reviews | 0 

Best for speed Price: $29.99–$299.99/mo.* (4.03 /5) View Plans Best for budgets Price: $50–$90/mo.† (4.09 /5) View Plans Jump to: Deals | Prices and plans | Fees and extra charges | Customer satisfaction | Bundling with TV | Final take | FAQ The bottom line Xfinity cable internet is not only available nearly everywhere, but [...]

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Amazon Fire TV Cube Review 2020

by | Nov 8, 2019 | Equipment Guides | 0 

Specs: #1 perk: Alexa voice command Price: $119.99 4K, HDR video resolution Smart home control View on Amazon Jump to: Pros and cons | Deals and promotions | Specs | Fire TV Cube vs. the competition | Setup | Apps | User experience | Remote | Our final take Bottom line: Amazon Fire TV Cube [...]

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Google Chromecast Review

by | Aug 5, 2019 | Equipment Guides, Reviews | 0 

Google Chromecast is a plug-and-play streaming device in the most literal sense: simply insert it into your TV’s HDMI port, and you’re ready to go. Well, there’s also a second plug for power—but setting up a Chromecast is still ridiculously easy, not to mention cheap.

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