On December 26th of 2018, my household officially joined the cord-cutters club. For the first time since 1988, I don’t have cable TV (at least not in the traditional, non-streaming sense). The process has been relatively painless thanks to a high-speed internet connection, a Roku set-top box, and the plethora of streaming services that are finally creating real competition for the big cable companies. If you aren’t satisfied with your cable company’s bloated content packages and sluggish hardware, you have options. Subscriptions to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, HBO, and Sling TV are providing nearly everything I could ever want to watch, but there are some notable omissions. If you’re a fan of local news and sports, you might not be fully satisfied with your chosen collection of streaming services. For that you might find yourself hooking up an HD antenna to capture the free, over-the-air uncompressed broadcasts of local channels.\n\n\n\nThe TiVo Bolt OTA is vying for your business to become your one stop shop for all streaming and local content from one box. \n\nWill it having you cutting the cord once and for all? Share your thoughts in the forum thread below.