Joe Supan

Joe Supan

Senior Writer, Wireless & Streaming Content

Joe oversees all things wireless and streaming for Allconnect. His work has been referenced by McAfee, Fox network and more. He has utilized thousands of data points to build a library of metrics to help users navigate these complex spaces. These include original content scores that integrate user and critic ratings for on-demand services like Netflix and channel lineup scores for services that stream live TV. Resources like these help our readers make more informed purchasing decisions and stay up-to-date on the latest developments. Joe graduated from Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in English. After graduating, he spent four years editing greeting cards for American Greetings in Cleveland. Joe joined the Reviews.com team in Seattle in 2017, where he wrote long-form, heavily-researched articles on a wide range of topics, from pocket knives to toaster ovens. After a review of TV streaming services, he began covering the streaming space full-time in January 2018 for Reviews.com. In June 2019, Joe moved to Allconnect to continue his streaming coverage as a senior reporter. He’s written extensively on the topic, from in-depth breakdowns of the top music and TV streaming services to breaking news on stories like the FOX broadcasting NFL games for the first time in 4K.

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Netflix casualty tracker: A timeline of shows leaving the service
Netflix casualty tracker: A timeline of shows leaving the service
Joe Supan

As companies like Disney, NBC and WarnerMedia launch their own streaming services, Netflix is losing huge chunks of its library. We’ll track it all here.

It’s rescanning week: Do you know where your TV stations are?
It’s rescanning week: Do you know where your TV stations are?
Joe Supan

In order to open up bandwidth for 5G and other mobile broadband services, nearly 1,000 over-the-air TV stations are changing frequencies this year.