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Personal finance expert Andrea Woroch advises you use all the free trials for streaming subscriptions if you want to cut the cable or satellite cord entirely too see which you want to watch the most. Well, forget about all that static because new HDTV antennas give you crystal-clear signals to your TV.
First, you'll need a device to connect online streaming video to your TV, then you can subscribe to some inexpensive streaming services and, finally, you can find local TV programming and sports to complete your package.
With SVOD apps using a streaming device connecting your TV to the Internet, there is now the option of cutting out the paid cable subscription service (and bill) entirely, but there is a learning curve and you'll need a major attitude adjustment.
Once you've learned to watch TV this new way, you'll be getting so much more from your TV while paying much less. The cable industry shrank at a rate of 0.5% in the 12 months ending in May, according to media industry research firm Moffett Nathanson. If you've been paying for cable or satellite TV, you paid an average of per month in 2011, according to The NPD Group. in 2014 lost 176,000 subscribers to cable TV, satellite or fiber services, according to research firm SNL Kagan -- the second straight year of decline.
To boot, fans of America's pastime can get wide access to baseball diamonds across the country: the MLB streams out-of-market games for per year, available through Roku, Xbox, Apple TV and Sony Play Station.Once the cable or satellite box is gone, you'll need to reconfigure your TV for streaming yours shows online.If you hate watching TV on your i Pad or computer, you'll need to connect your TV (via the HDMI port) to a video streaming device which connects it to the Internet wirelessly, as 47% of households already did in 2014, according to NPD Group.In addition to all the games broadcast over-the-air, which you can see for free with an antenna, Verizon Wireless is making live-streaming NFL games available for no extra charge to all its smartphone customers for 2015 -- a feature which previously cost per month.Of course, there's a whole cottage industry dedicated to bringing you NFL games without the need for cable.