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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.

MLB Extra Innings Review 2021

by | Jan 21, 2021 | Reviews | 0 

MLB Extra Innings is an add-on sports package available through cable and satellite TV providers like Xfinity, DIRECTV, Cox, and DISH. It’s designed for ball fans who want to watch all the Major League Baseball action, broadcasting over 80 games a week during a regular season.

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Best TV Streaming Services of 2021: Live and On Demand

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Though no single service covers every need for every viewer (yet), CableTV.com has reviewed and rated 14 of the best livestreaming and on-demand TV services currently available to potential cord-cutters. We even threw in five extra free streamers for kicks.

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YouTube TV Review 2021: Plans, Cost, and More

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We think YouTube TV is an excellent livestreaming service—in fact, we’ve named it Cable TV.com’s Best Overall service for 2021. For $64.99 per month, you get 85+ cable and local channels plus an unlimited cloud DVR.

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Complete Guide to Streaming TV Providers 2021

by | | 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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How to Watch MLB Games in 2021

by | Jan 15, 2021 | Best Of, Entertainment | 0 

To paraphrase Hank Williams Jr., Are you ready for some baseball?! Major League Baseball season is almost here (April 1, no foolin’), so it’s time to get a TV game plan. Let us walk you through your MLB cable, satellite, and livestreaming TV options. Here are CableTV.com’s top picks for watching MLB games, based on price and availability.

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Chromecast with Google TV Review

by | Jan 7, 2021 | Equipment Guides, Reviews | 0 

Forget everything you know about Chromecast: Chromecast with Google TV is the first new serious streaming device to come along in years. How serious? After hours of research and testing (and just watching TV with it) we’d recommend it alongside similar Roku and Amazon Fire TV streamers—a big leap from “toy” to “tool.”

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How to Watch NHL Games 2021

by | | Best Of, Featured, Reviews | 0 

Hockey is back! Wait . . . didn’t the last season just end? Not that we’re complaining about new National Hockey League action, not even after a COVID-19-displaced summer 2020 season that saw the Stanley Cup being taken home to . . . Florida. Congrats, Tampa Bay Lightning—now, bring on winter hockey and NHL 2021!

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How to Watch the Super Bowl

by | Dec 22, 2020 | Entertainment, Featured | 0 

There’s a reason the Super Bowl is the most-watched sporting event in the US: it’s always on a local broadcast channel (ABC, CBS, FOX, or NBC), which makes it easy to catch inexpensively or even for free. Find out how to watch Super Bowl LV with our expert guide.

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Sling TV vs. Hulu + Live TV

by | Dec 18, 2020 | Reviews, Versus Reviews | 0 

Sling TV and Hulu + Live TV are two of the biggest players in the livestreaming TV game. One is an excellent service that offers a surprising amount of popular entertainment, sports, and local channels at an attractive price point; the other is Sling TV—but we’re getting ahead of ourselves.

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Hulu + Live TV Review 2021: Plans, Pricing, and More

by | Dec 17, 2020 | Reviews | 0 

You probably already know Hulu—it’s the on-demand service where you stream TV shows the day after they air or watch originals like Palm Springs and The Handmaid’s Tale. But you may not have tried out the live version, the service’s bid to woo you away from cable and satellite. And at a base price of $64.99 a month, Hulu + Live TV has some serious woo.

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