Cutting the Cord

“Cutting the Cord,” a term used for anyone who cancels their cable or satellite subscription in favor of alternative options, such as streaming video services and more. This term has become well-known in recent years as an estimated 33 million Americans have switched from traditional TV and became a cord cutter by 2018. Perhaps you have considered joining the growing numbers, but are overwhelmed by the many streaming options available. If this is the case, then you need to attend a special presentation dedicated to the subject at the Edgerton Branch Library.

Held on Monday, January 6th at 6:00 pm, WCPL IT Manager, Tyson Horton will be speaking on “Cutting the Cord. In this program you will learn about the different streaming services currently available, what devices you will need in order to stream from various providers, and the overall benefits of cutting the cord, such as no contracts, cost savings, and the freedom to choose your provider. You will also get to see firsthand a variety of cordless viewing options. Bring any questions you might have on “Cutting the Cord” to your session, as there will be a Q&A time at the end of the presentation. This is a FREE program for adults, and you must register to attend.

The Edgerton Branch Library is located at 319 North Michigan Avenue. For more information, or to register, please contact 833-633-READ x 290.

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Edgerton Branch