Looking for cheaper TV service?

InformationWeek has a very informative guide on what some of your options are if you are one of those people who is thinking about cutting the cable TV cord--or the telco TV cord, for that matter--to save a few bucks. Some of the solutions have something to do with keeping the your broadband cord to the Internet intact, but InformationWeek also notes that many high-definition local channels are easily available through a simple broadcast antenna. Other options that can assist you in getting the most out of TV without spending $100 or more for cable TV service: TiVo and Netflix.

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