Eric covers areas including internet providers and reviews for CableTV.com. His reporting has previously appeared at publications including Yahoo News, TopTenReviews.com, and Laptop Mag.
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.Read more
We looked at dozens of TV providers to see which ones were best for watching college basketball. Read our expert review to find out which services get you the CBS, ESPN, FOX Sports, and more for your buck.Read more
If you are a soccer fan, don’t miss our line up of the best TV providers you need to catch all the matches from your team. Score some inside information here!Read more
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.”Read more
Maybe you’re looking for all the holiday feels all year long? Or perhaps just a little more mystery in your life? In either case, Lifetime Channel and Hallmark Channel are must-haves. Read our recommendations to get the right TV viewing experience for you.Read more
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!Read more
How do you get basic cable? Thanks to your local government’s state-approved local franchising authorities (LFAs), which require cable companies to offer low-priced basic tiers, you can skip the premium prices and get basic cable. You just have to ask. Your TV provider doesn’t have to advertise these itsy-bitsy deals, but if you question the [...]Read more