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samaliamai70
Level 7

A quick question about ESPN

Sẹo hình thành là 1 phần da của cơ thể sau khi bị tổn thương được làm lành tự nhiên.
trị sẹo rỗ
 Nếu da bị tổn thương ở lớp trung bì hoặc sâu hơn lớp trung bì cơ thể sẽ sản sinh ra các mô tế bào và collagen mới để chữa lành vết thương.
nên xóa nốt ruồi không
 Lớp da mới hình thành đó gọi là sẹo, có màu khác với da bình thường. Nếu da bị tổn thương nhiều mà collagen sản sinh quá ít không đủ lấp đầy sẽ hình thành nên sẹo rỗ, sẹo lõm.

Có 3 nguyên nhân chính gây nên tình trạng sẹo rỗ đó là:
Trị thâm mông
Mụn trứng cá, mụn bọc, mụn viêm sau khi lành sẽ để lại 1 vùng hõm tùy thuộc vào kích thước và mức độ tổn thương của mụn.
Do chấn thương hay tai nạn nhỏ: những tai nạn nhỏ như bị ngã, trầy xước, bị bỏng bô xe…
Thủy đậu, phỏng da: Các nốt thủy đậu sau khi vỡ và bị nhiễm trùng sẽ để lại sẹo lõm.
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bvd1022
Level 9

Re: A quick question about ESPN

"samaliamai70" wrote:
For those that dont have cable - how do you watch espn on your TV? We might go ahead and switch our ISP back to TWC so we can stream to our TV from our phones, but I first want to make sure thats our only option.

Thanks.


I am a longtime DirecTV subsciber, but from what I understand, both the DirecTV Now and Sling TV live TV streaming services have the ESPN networks available as part of each's respective service. This does not include access to the new ESPN+ streaming service. If you want to subscribe to that as well, you will need to subscribe either through ESPN's website or the ESPN app, which I believe can be done from Roku and other connected devices.

Best of luck to you.
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Basil
Level 10

Re: A quick question about ESPN

"samaliamai70" wrote:
For those that dont have cable - how do you watch espn on your TV? We might go ahead and switch our ISP back to TWC so we can stream to our TV from our phones, but I first want to make sure thats our only option.

Thanks.

You can subscribe to a streaming service that includes ESPN & ESPN2 along with other traditional cable channels. The major services include:

  • Sling TV (Orange), $25/mo or $30/mo with ESPNU, ESPNews, and SEC add-on

  • DirecTV Now, $40/mo or $55/mon with ESPNU, ESPNews, and SEC

  • PlayStation Vue, $45/mo or $50/mon with ESPNU, ESPNews, and SEC

  • Hulu with Live TV, $40/mo (includes the basic $8/mo Hulu)

  • YouTube TV, $40/mo

Depending on what your ISP charges for Internet alone vs Internet plus a package with ESPN channels, it may be more cost-effective to subscribe to cable. For me, it's not. For you, it might be.
Basil
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bvd1022
Level 9

Re: A quick question about ESPN

"Basil" wrote:
"samaliamai70" wrote:
For those that dont have cable - how do you watch espn on your TV? We might go ahead and switch our ISP back to TWC so we can stream to our TV from our phones, but I first want to make sure thats our only option.

Thanks.

You can subscribe to a streaming service that includes ESPN & ESPN2 along with other traditional cable channels. The major services include:

  • Sling TV (Orange), $25/mo or $30/mo with ESPNU, ESPNews, and SEC add-on

  • DirecTV Now, $40/mo or $55/mon with ESPNU, ESPNews, and SEC

  • PlayStation Vue, $45/mo or $50/mon with ESPNU, ESPNews, and SEC

  • Hulu with Live TV, $40/mo (includes the basic $8/mo Hulu)

  • YouTube TV, $40/mo

Depending on what your ISP charges for Internet alone vs Internet plus a package with ESPN channels, it may be more cost-effective to subscribe to cable. For me, it's not. For you, it might be.


One of the few things that keep me from cutting the cord is the lack of being able to record to personal media from an OTT device. A primary reason why I haven't thought much about it is as someone who covers Boxing full time, I need access to the networks and access to the overpriced PPV cards. I record all the cards I cover for personal use mainly research when I'm writing material. While thankfully, things are gradually improving in this area with both ESPN+ and DAZN launching next month, with the latter out to kill the PPV model where Boxing and MMA are slowly transitioning to the digital model, it hasn't gotten to the point where I can cut the cord.

DirecTV has always been good to me and my family so I don't have a negative opinion of them. I do know that they are working on new equipment that will do everything that our satellite equipment does now, but will be strictly OTT distributed that is supposedly going to be android-based. Hopefully, this will enable me to use a recorder as I do now to record content off my DVR. If it does, I'll have no problem transitioning as it will save me more money long-term. At least I wouldn't have to worry about losing my signal if there are bad storms, etc. The only concern at that point will be minimizing the ISP outages, but outside of that, I've yet to hear anyone argue that OTT distribution is not a better model over cable/satellite or even OTA television. Just one man's opinion.
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