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Time to watch TV like it’s 1999

You can stream live Lollapalooza coverage, but I think the MTV Classic channel is more my speed. If you own a streaming device that gets Red Bull TV, you can see this year’s Lollapalooza on…



Cord Cutters and the Olympics

Some cord-cutting sources say that cord-cutters can access the NBC Olympics app. My reply to this is simple – Don’t believe the hype! My definition of cord-cutting is rather inclusive. I consider folks with cable Internet services and…


New Amazon Video App More Android-Friendly

Good news, streamers! A recent update to Amazon Video’s Android app now allows you to save content to an SD card. Since its inception, the Amazon Video has allowed people to instantly stream movies. This latest…



Can Cord Cutters Have Cable Internet?

Is it cord cutting if you pay the cable company for Internet? I believe there are a few ways someone can cut the cord. When I first hired on here at Solid Signal, I learned about…


Get Free Hulu for Two Months!

Are you a cord cutter who’s considering streaming? If you act before July 18, you could get two free months of the popular Hulu streaming service. Hulu is one of the three streaming service options available…


Warner Bros. Movies Coming to Amazon Prime Video

If you’re a cord cutter who enjoys streaming Amazon Prime Video, we have some good news. Warner Brothers just gave you 33 more reasons to enjoy Amazon Prime streaming. Variety reports that Amazon has signed a deal…


Netflix Founder Joins MoviePass

Are you a cord cutter who’s tired of waiting for Netflix to release new movies? The company’s subscription service lets you see as many new movies as you want for $30 per month. Two decades after…


More Sports Streaming Services?

Cord cutting and live sports have come closer to being a reality! Some recent news from Disney offers some promise for live Major League Baseball and other sports streaming services. Cord cutters, would you enjoy a…


OPINION: Tipping point for Netflix?

My first media streaming device was basically a Netflix machine. I don’t recall using any other streaming service on it, and in fact, I’m pretty sure there was no other streaming service available for it. But…