Sony launched an internet TV service called PlayStation Vue earlier this year. At the time it was only available to folks with a PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4 game console. Now you don’t need a Sony game console anymore.
PlayStation Vue for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick is now available, and Sony says Chromecast support is coming soon.
PlayStation Vue is one of the most TV-like internet TV services. Subscribers get access to both live broadcasts and on-demand content. And Sony sells a series of different packages… none of which are particularly cheap.
A basic Access plan offers 50 channels for $50 per month. Want more channels and access to local sports coverage? Then you’ll want to pay extra for a Core package (which normally runs $60 per month, but which is currently priced at $55), while the top-tier Elite package offers over 85 channels including movies from Epix for $70 per month (although that price is currently discounted to $65).
PlayStation Vue is currently only available in a handful of US markets including Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.
via Android Police