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Tips and Best Practices for Hosting a Successful Cord Cutting Class
Some people pay for cable and satellite television, others opt for Internet streaming services. The latter group, often known as cord cutters, is a population quickly growing in popularity as the ease and accessibility of online streaming content is made available. While there people who cancel their cable and jump right into the new territory, you may be surprised to know that you have many patrons in your community that would like to learn about cord cutting before they begin—making this a popular choice for an adult informational program. Pack the house at your library with a Cord Cutting 101 class. This webinar will provide tips and tricks for you to develop an informational and useful program while promoting what the library can offer for the cord cutting population.
In this webinar you will learn:
How to be a cord cutter including popular devices and streaming services
What trends are shaping the cord cutting market
Tips and best practices for hosting a cord cutting informational program of your own
FAQ and tech support issues you may come across in your journey
Presenter: Kelsey Logston is a Reference Librarian at Reed Memorial Library and cord cutter since 2007.