People who want to watch television over their Internet connection — sometimes referred to as “TV over the top” — have multiple different streaming services and numerous streaming gadgets from which to choose.
The following article explains ways to access television content over the Internet:
The New York Times teamed up with the Wirecutter, the product recommendations website, to compile the definitive guide to cord-cutting. The Wirecutter tested multiple services, streaming devices and antennas to come up with cord-cutter bundles for different types of people in 2016: movie buffs, sports addicts, fans of premium TV shows, binge watchers and families with children. What they found was there is no one-size-fits-all solution because each streaming service carries a different catalog of content, and each gadget has access to different services.
By Brian X. Chen, 12 October 2016.