My TV for Seniors
Millions of people are cutting the cord on old-fashioned cable TVs plans, and choosing more modern, efficient, and cost-effective ways to watch their favorite programming and movies. My TV for Seniors is an exceptionally easy and complete full-color guide to all the services and hardware you'll need to do it, too. No ordinary beginner's book, it approaches every topic from a senior's point of view, using meaningful examples, step-by-step tasks, large text, close-up screen shots, and a custom full-color interior designed for comfortable reading. Top beginning technology author Michael Miller shows how to: Choose the right TV for new digital services Enhance your TV's sound with soundbars, A/V receivers, and wireless headphones Choose, connect, and use streaming media players, including Roku, Amazon, Google, and Apple Find your best deals for receiving your favorite programming Compare over-the-air digital antennas, digital cable and satellite, and streaming TV services Explore streaming offerings from Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video See if it makes sense to pay for HBO Now, CBS All Access, DC Universe, or streaming sports networks Watch TV on smaller-screen devices, including smartphones, tablets, and desktop and laptop computers Buy and rent programs from Amazon, Google, iTunes, and other online stores Discover cable-replacement live streaming packages such as Sling TV, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, and YouTube TV Throughout, sidebars offer facts, testimonials, anecdotes, and personal stories that help you discover great new ways to watch what you love.