Randy Harward’s writing has appeared in HARP, Guitar World, Blurt, Salt Lake City Weekly, and a couple dozen other publications since the late ’90s. When he’s not watching TV professionally for CableTV.com, he’s watching TV for fun. He also likes books, video games, burritos, disc golf, tarantulas, and cats.
Before the recent rebrand to AT&T TV NOW, DIRECTV NOW rated well in our 2019 Streaming TV Customer Satisfaction Survey, scoring 4.24 out of 5. OK, but is AT&T TV NOW good? Our opinion as cord-cutters is that AT&T TV NOW, like DIRECTV NOW before it, has decent cheaper packages—and they include free HBO.Read more
Hello, lovers. More specifically, hello lovers who live in states. You know who you are. You know where you are. But do you know your state’s favorite romantic comedy, or “rom-com?” CableTV.com does. We understand if you aren’t ready to meet the love of your cinematic life. But isn’t romance always unexpected? At any moment, [...]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
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
Sling TV offers a good deal for an affordable price—its packages have some flexibility, and its largest package is still cheaper than YouTube TV. But YouTube TV offers more channels and unlimited cloud DVR storage space, so in many ways, you really do get what you pay for.Read more
Do you love TV but don’t have a schedule that lets you watch your favorite shows when they air? You need a DVR. With the recording and storage power of a good DVR, you can keep up with everything you like to watch, and then some. And you won’t need a half dozen streaming subscriptions to do it.Read more
Today, however, it’s more common for people to watch TV on their computers, smartphones, and tablets.Read more