Cord Cutters: Can You Entertain Your Kids Sans Cable?

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There’s always some reason people have for holding onto their cable subscriptions, and one of the more common excuses is this: Parents are afraid of cutting the cord to their kids’ favorite shows. But Janko has been there and done that, and in our tenth episode of Cord Cutters, he’s got plenty of tips for parents interested in cable-free options for children’s programming.

In addition, Ryan explores the streaming capabilities of the PlayStation3, where access to Netflix, Hulu Plus and VUDU means more than enough content to keep TV junkies happy. And I review the series Merry Holidays, Please Hold, a comedic take on customer service and the Christmas season.

As always, we actively seek your tales of dropping your cable, potentially for featuring in our new series of Cord Cutters Survival Stories. So please reach out to us via email or Twitter to tell us how the cable-free life is treating you!

Previously, on Cord Cutters:

Ep. 01: Cord Cutters: NewTeeVee’s First Web Series!

Ep. 02: Is the Xbox 360 a Good Cord-Cutting Device?

Ep. 03: Logitech Revue: Not Cutting It For Cord Cutters

Ep. 04: Wanna Try Cord Cutting? Buy A $12 Antenna

Ep. 05: Cord Cutters: NewTeeVee Live Edition, Cord-Cutting Activism

Ep. 06: Cord Cutters: Is The Boxee Box the Solution for You?

Ep. 07: Cord Cutters: The Gift Guide for Cable-Free Holidays

Ep. 08: Cord Cutters: Is Hulu Plus Enough to Replace Cable?

Ep. 09: Cord Cutters: Turn Your PC Into a Media Center

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