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Old 09-11-2023, 12:40 PM
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TV options

With Spectrum and the Disney/ESPN/etc battle, it got me thinking about revisiting options for watching not only UD, but sports in general. Yep, it's a yearly thing for many of us I'm sure.

For years I've been on the Spectrum Choice, where you pick a handful of channels for a cable package. This battle would do that in for me. I've done a couple Fubo, etc trials, but the cost for those subscriptions + the cable bill was too high.

Does anyone have a service or two that has not limited their sports-watching abilities? Or, any you've tried that haven't worked out?

And yes, I saw Flyerferd's post (http://www.udpride.com/forums/showthread.php?t=36861), and it's a great write-up. But it's not getting traction, and is a little more "direct" than this post, which is more sports watching options as a whole. Figured I'd try this, but happy to consolidate if it makes more sense.

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Old 09-11-2023, 12:56 PM
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I too have Spectrum Choice, but I also have ESPN+, so the legal battle hasn't negatively impacted me thus far.

It is annoying having to switch platforms when I want to change games, but I usually have a computer or two going if I'm watching multiple games anyway.

Something has to give though, I am currently paying for a service that Spectrum is only partially providing me.
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Old 09-11-2023, 01:04 PM
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Youtube TV is pretty close to cable without having cable.

Youtube TV gets you all the Dayton games that Spectrum does. You still need ESPN+ to get the rest. But between Youtube TV and ESPN+ I think I got every men's b-ball game last year (missed one at the most).

The one potential drawback is no Bally's. But I don't watch Reds or Cavs, so I don't care. It had no effect on Dayton games.

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ESPN and Charter Spectrum Have Settled Dispute

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Old 09-11-2023, 02:13 PM
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The cheapest way to watch sports is uzzu.tv Its about $11 per month. My experience is that you can see all the flyer games except 1 or 2 per year. I use ESPN+ for the games I can't watch on uzzu.
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Originally Posted by pmcmullen View Post
With Spectrum and the Disney/ESPN/etc battle, it got me thinking about revisiting options for watching not only UD, but sports in general. Yep, it's a yearly thing for many of us I'm sure.

For years I've been on the Spectrum Choice, where you pick a handful of channels for a cable package. This battle would do that in for me. I've done a couple Fubo, etc trials, but the cost for those subscriptions + the cable bill was too high.

Does anyone have a service or two that has not limited their sports-watching abilities? Or, any you've tried that haven't worked out?

And yes, I saw Flyerferd's post (http://www.udpride.com/forums/showthread.php?t=36861), and it's a great write-up. But it's not getting traction, and is a little more "direct" than this post, which is more sports watching options as a whole. Figured I'd try this, but happy to consolidate if it makes more sense.

Thanks for the shout out. I have Hulu with live TV, which gives me every channel UD is on and with the bundle actually includes ESPN plus. This runs me with tax about 90 a month. Similar to YouTube TV, this does not include the Bally sports package, so, if you are a reds, Indians, blue jackets, or Cavs fan, that could become an issue. Luckily, my professional fandom resides outside of the state of Ohio, so itís a non-issue for me.
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