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How to Stream Video Content to Your TV

There’s never been a better time to get all of your television programming via the Internet. You could save hundreds of dollars a year by transitioning from traditional pay TV to online streaming video.

Channels that were once only available through subscription to cable or satellite providers are now available online. You only pay for the channels and programming you want, and there are no contracts to sign or equipment to rent.

Make a smooth transition by following these simple steps.

1. Get Tipmont Fiber Internet

With fiber internet service from Tipmont, you will have enough speed to stream content to multiple TVs, computers, tablets, and phones in your household.

2. Make sure you have the right antenna

To pick up the major networks (ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC), along with select other channels (PBS, CW, etc.), you’ll need a good HD antenna which will cost less than $40.

3. Pick a streaming device

If you have a Smart TV you do not need a streaming device. If you don’t have a Smart TV, a streaming device will be the bridge between your Internet connection and your TV.

4. Select your streaming service(s)

Your streaming device will need a service account such as one of the ones shown above to access movies and other content. Not sure where to find your favorite shows? Visit justwatch.com, enter the show or movie you want to watch, and find out on which streaming services it is available.

5. Enjoy!

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Rob Ford

Rob Ford is Tipmont and Wintek's communication director, a role he's held since 2015. Rob has a bachelor's and a master's in Communication from Purdue University. He lives in West Lafayette with his wife and three children and has a life-sized Yoda statue in his office. Away from the office, you’ll find Rob working on his golf swing, jump shot, or hope for a Purdue basketball national title – all futile endeavors.

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