Best live TV streaming services for cord-cutters - CNET

Vizio is partnering with Pluto TV to add a free video streaming service, called WatchFree, to “nearly all” of the company’s SmartCast televisions. WatchFree will get its own dedicated input, so it’ll have nearly the same prominence as your HDMI inputs and the main SmartCast screen. WatchFree is rolling out starting today. When you switch over to it, you can browse between “more than 100 live and linear channels” covering TV shows, movies, news, sports, concerts, and “viral videos,” according to Vizio. (Did you see that one of the dog running around with the GoPro? Real good.) “WatchFree offers an unrivaled, free viewing experience with endless entertainment options at the forefront,” the company said in its press release. But “endless”... Continue reading…

Best live TV streaming services for cord-cutters - CNET

Live TV streaming services are a small but growing alternative to traditional cable TV, and a great adjunct to Netflix or Hulu. Here's what you need to know.

Thu 2 Aug 18 from CNET

Vizio launches streaming service powered by Pluto TV

Consumer electronics maker Vizio on Wednesday launched WatchFree, a new streaming service designed with cord-cutters in mind.

Wed 1 Aug 18 from Techspot

Vizio adds over 100 free streaming channels to its SmartCast TVs

Vizio announced today that it's launching a new free streaming service called WatchFree. Rolling out now, the service will be available on most Vizio SmartCast TVs and will include ...

Wed 1 Aug 18 from Engadget

Vizio launches its own streaming service powered by Pluto TV

Think there are too many streaming services? How about one more? Today, Vizio says it’s launching its own streaming service called WatchFree that will be available on nearly all its Vizio ...

Wed 1 Aug 18 from TechCrunch

Vizio’s WatchFree is a streaming service aimed squarely at cord cutters

Over 100 free channels are coming to Vizio SmartCast TVs.

Wed 1 Aug 18 from Techradar

How to watch “The Trayvon Martin Story” online without cable

No cable? Your best bet is to find a streaming service that offers BET and the Paramount network. Both are owned by Viacom. BET and the Paramount network are set to air the first installment ...

Mon 30 Jul 18 from Fastcompany Tech

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