The demand for our prior offerings of this workshop have been overwhelming! As shown in the photo at the bottom of this post, we typically have a packed house for this highly-acclaimed workshop. As we experienced in our prior editions of this workshop, our available seating filled almost immediately, and this has prompted us to schedule a seventh edition for Wednesday, March 6, 2019. We respectfully request that you register for this session in advance!
In case you missed it the first few times around, here’s the description for this seminar:
Cord-cutting–the act of severing the traditional link to cable television–has grown substantially in recent years as two factors collide: the availability of a host of new options on the home entertainment market, and growing dissatisfaction with cable companies’ price/reliability/service model. On this first factor, the past few years have brought services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Sling TV, Huku, Roku, and others into the mainstream vocabulary, while on the second factor, many households have begun to take exception to what is perceived as a continual ramp up of pricing from the cable companies and somewhat of a deterioration in reliability and service levels.
For many households, price has been the driver to consider dropping their cable service in favor of a newer, cheaper option. Yes, the cable companies gleefully advertise that their contract gives you hundreds and hundreds of channels, and it breaks down to perhaps pennies for each of them. But realistically, how many different channels do you really want? Most people typical have only a handful of favorites, maybe a half dozen or so, while the “hundreds and hundreds” available on cable are rarely–if ever–accessed. Here’s where the pay-as-you-go options of the rapidly emerging streaming market emerge as attractive alternatives.
OK, but how do I get there? What do I need to have to get there? And when I get there, what have I given up? These and many other relevant questions will be answered in this informative two-hour session presented by the Foundation. Experts from Best Buy’s “Geek Squad” training staff will explain the marketplace, covering the equipment and contract details you’ll need to consider in order to take the leap.
Here are the details for this session:
Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Time: 10:00 am to 11:30 am
Place: Lady Lake Library, 225 West Guava Street, Lady Lake, FL 32159
There is no cost for this workshop, and light refreshments will be served.
Deadline for registration is Friday, March 1, 2019.
To register: Contact the AMAC Foundation, 888-750-2622 or email: email@example.com.