Nuvyyo - the company behind the Tablo OTA DVR - is a product of the cord cutting age. Nuvyyo’s Tablo is designed to take the benefits of OTT services - like commercial-free programming and on-demand content - and apply them to over-the-air content, which the Tablo can record and then re-play on multiple devices. It’s a unique position, and one that gives Grant Hall, Nuvyyo’s founder and CEO, a distinct perspective on the relationship between the OTA and OTT business spaces.
We spoke with Grant over the phone, and he dished on everything from Nuvyyo's latest plans (get ready for a Kodi plugin) to its branding. Check out the full interview below!
April is a great month for television fans. While many shows are wrapping things up and taking their final bow until they return again in the fall, there are a number of mid-season premieres, and sporting events that keep things fresh, fun, and entertaining. The best news for cord-cutters is that a huge number of these shows and events are available Over-the-Air, via local networks which don’t require anything more than a digital antenna to enjoy.
At one time, the only way you could watch live basketball games was through an expensive cable package. With the average cable package hovering at $100 or more, it’s a hefty amount to pay if you’re just interested in watching sports.
Thankfully, there are tons of options nowadays for cord cutters to watch basketball and all types of sports live, without cable TV. The best part is these are all legal methods, so you don’t have to worry about finding a sketchy stream and hoping your computer isn’t overrun with viruses. Here’s a look at your best options.
At least a few times a week, I get an email or two asking about internet service. It’s happened so often, in fact, that I added an ISP search engine to my site to help people find internet service deals in their area. The main question?
“How do I save on internet service when I break the bundle?”
Which makes sense, right? You get a discount on internet service when you bundle together with pay-TV and landline. So won’t the cable companies try and get their money back when you cut cable and signup for broadband?
Of course they will. But the truth is that you can still save money and get the internet service you need.