Streaming services offer live TV channels and top hit shows for only $49 per month this football season.
Why it matters
As cable TV prices continue to rise, streaming services offer a more affordable option for football fans to watch their favorite games.
What the papers say
ZDNet and CNET
How we got here
Streaming services have been growing in popularity as more people cut the cord with traditional cable TV. These services offer a variety of options for viewers to watch their favorite shows and live events, including sports. As football season begins, streaming services are offering affordable options for fans to watch their favorite games without breaking the bank.
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