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Tablo OTA DVR vs. Amazon Fire TV Recast Comparison – What Cord Cutters Need to Know

If you’re trying to decide between a Tablo OTA DVR or the new Amazon Fire TV Recast for the Over-the-Air (OTA) DVR portion of your cord cutting setup, this product and feature comparison will help you choose the network-connected OTA DVR device that’s right for you.

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Should You Upgrade Your Roku for a Better Cord Cutting Experience?

If you’ve been rocking a ‘numbered’ Roku – or an even older model - as your preferred cord-cutting device, it may be time for an upgrade.

Keep reading to find out why…

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How to Watch The 2018 Emmy Awards as a Cord Cutter

Here’s all the ways you can watch the 2018 Emmy Awards as a cord cutter.

 

 

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Beginner's Guide to Over-the-Air Antenna TV

Did you know cord cutters can watch their favorite local broadcast TV stations like ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and more for FREE? Learn how with our beginner's guide to Over-the-Air antenna TV. 

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Where to Place and How to Install Your Over-the-Air TV Antenna

The quality of your Over-The-Air signal reception is highly dependent on where you place or install your TV antenna, so when searching for the OTA ‘sweet spot’ in your home, keep these considerations in mind. 

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Tablo FAQs: What Is the Best Over-the-Air TV Antenna for Cord Cutters?

One of the first steps in cutting the cord on cable is finding an antenna to get free broadcast TV.

That's why we've put together this Over-the-Air TV antenna buyer's guide so you can learn how to choose the best antenna for your needs and decypher potentially confusing marketing mumbo-jumbo.

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VHF vs. UHF – Why OTA Frequency Bands Matter for Cord Cutters with Antennas

While most OTA TV antennas on the market are designed to capture both frequencies, some antennas – especially certain ‘flat’ indoor antennas – are optimized primarily to capture UHF channels.

If you’re having trouble receiving one or two channels even though you’re close to your local broadcast towers, it may be because your antenna is not designed to pick up VHF frequencies.

 

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Three Reasons Why You Should Regularly Rescan for OTA Channels

There are three reasons you’ll want to run a fresh channel scan on a regular basis: channels changing their broadcast frequencies, broadcasters changing equipment, and new channels coming online. 

 

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How to Watch March Madness 2018 as a Cord Cutter

March Madness is March 13th through April 2nd, and while you might think you’d need a cable subscription to tune in to the biggest basketball event of the year, you’ll be able to catch all the most important games even as a cord cutter.

 

 

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Cord Cutting 101: How to Cancel Cable and Start Saving Money in 2018

Looking to cancel your cable or satellite subscription?

In four easy steps, you can start watching the live TV you want, when you want, wherever you are, on your favorite device… All without the cost or commitment of cable or satellite TV contracts.

 

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