YouTube TV launches, but what are you getting for $35 a month?

YouTube is finally getting into the skinny bundle wars, competing against Sling TV, DirecTV Now, Netflix and a host of others looking to grab consumers who want great television, but don’t want to pay for what they don’t watch.

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Sling TV launches beta 'multi-stream' plan with simultaneous streaming on three devices

Article Image Sling TV on Wednesday launched a beta “multi-stream” plan, allowing subscribers to stream channels on up to three devices simultaneously, instead of the normal single-device scheme.

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Sling TV, AMC poised to bring apps to fourth-gen Apple TV

Article Image Subscribers to Sling TV or AMC may soon be able to watch those services through native apps for the fourth-generation Apple TV, a pair of leaks indicated on Wednesday.

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ESPN Boss Sees Significant Role for Sling TV


Streaming media services, including Dish Network-owned Sling TV, could help make up for losses in traditional pay TV subscribers, ESPN President John Skipper said an interview with The Wall Street Journal published Tuesday. However, he also expressed frustration with Apple’s attempts to date in the streaming device market. Sports remains a growth business, Skipper said. It would be foolish to predict that sports rights — and therefore prices — would decline in the near future, even as traditional TV viewership continues to go down.

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Sling TV to get HBO live and on-demand content days after HBO Now lands on Apple TV

As promised at the start of April, Dish Network’s Web-based television service Sling TV will add HBO to its list of partner providers later this week, offering linear and video-on-demand content to paying customers.



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Amid rumors of Apple subscription TV service, Sling TV comes to Xbox One, adds new channels

The Sling TV subscription service is now available on Xbox One, and will add A&E, History, and Lifetime later this month, expanding its offerings as new rumors suggest Apple plans to compete with its own subscription service starting this fall.



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Dish makes Sling TV available to all, adds AMC and WatchESPN access

Dish Network announced on Monday that its new over-the-top web television service, Sling TV, is now open for business and will include content from AMC –?the television home of Breaking Bad and Mad Men –?as well as access to WatchESPN apps for all customers.



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Dish Network Slings New TV Service


Dish Network on Monday officially launched Sling TV, its widely anticipated US$20 per month streaming service, and further announced that customers could sign up for a “Sports Extra” add-on pack for $5 per month. The service, which is available now via a one-week free trial, can be accessed via Roku devices, and through Android, iOS, Mac and PC devices — with support for Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick coming soon. Dish also announced that the basic package will have AMC added in the coming weeks.

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Dish Slings Tastier TV to Millennials


Dish Network on Monday unveiled Sling TV, its live over-the-top television service, at the 2015 International CES in Las Vegas. Sling TV will be offered to consumers without a contract, starting at $20 per month. It will be available early this year through a variety of devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Google’s Nexus Player, Roku boxes, Microsoft’s Xbox One, and select Samsung and LG Smart TVs. Sling TV also can be streamed on PCs and Macs.

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