Television subscription services

Matthew May Sr. and his wife, DeAnndra, cut the cord to their old cable box and now watch television shows and movies through a variety of streaming services.

TEXAS CITY

Growing up, Texas City resident Steven Remollino had only three main TV channels — CBS, ABC and NBC. He could get two more Houston independent channels that showed re-runs of shows like “Batman” and “Gilligan’s Island,” but he had to contort the antenna properly to do so.

Myer Lee: (409) 683-5247; myer.lee@galvnews.com and on Twitter @thesquarescriv.

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Myer joined The Daily News in later 2020 after previously working at our sister newspaper the Del Rio News-Herald.

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