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Sling TV Happy Hour lets you stream live TV for free through April 20 (DVR and on-demand too)

Sling TV normally charges $30 per month or more for its internet TV streaming service. But the company has just launched a “Happy Hour Across America” promotion that lets you stream more than 50 TV channels for free between the hours of 5:00 PM and midnight until April 20, 2020. You’ll need to sign up […]

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SiliconDust launches a $35/month premium TV service for HDHomeRun devices

So this is kind of unexpected. SiliconDust is the latest company to launch an internet TV streaming service, with a new offering called HDHomeRun Premium TV that gives you access to 45 premium TV channels for $35. SiliconDust may not be as well known as other players in this space including DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, […]

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YouTube TV: Live streaming TV for $35 per month (with 40 channels, cloud DVR)

Google is the latest company to enter the internet TV space. YouTube TV is coming soon, and the $35/month service will let you watch dozens of channels live over the internet, including ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CW, ESPN, USA, and FX. There’s also a cloud DVR feature that lets you save programs for later viewing. […]

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Internet TV service DirecTV Now launches Nov 30th for $35 and up

As promised, AT&T is launching before the end of the month. And as promised, it offers pricing that’s very competitive with other internet TV services such as Sling TV and PlayStation Vue. DirecTV Now launches in the United States on November 30th, with prices starting at $35 for a bundle of more than 60 channels. […]

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Sling TV internet TV service begins cloud DVR beta test

Over the past few years we’ve seen the launch of several internet-based solutions for streaming live and on-demand TV programming. Sling TV and Sony’s PlayStation Vue are some of the first major players in the space, but AT&T/DirecTV are expected to enter the market soon. The idea is to let customers use sign up for TV plans […]

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PlayStation Vue internet TV service arrives on Android TV, coming soon to web browsers

Sony’s PlayStation Vue service allows customers to watch live and on-demand TV programming over the internet. When it first launched, PS Vue required PlayStation Hardware. Then it expanded to additional hardware including Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Chromecast devices as well as Android an iOS apps. Now PlayStation Vue is also available for Android TV […]

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AT&T to launch DirecTV Now internet-only TV service in November for $35 per month

AT&T and Time Warner announced merger plans recently, and speaking at the Wall Street Journal’s WSJ.D Live event today, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson announced that one of the reasons for that merger is to allow AT&T to launch a new internet-only TV service with more than 100 channels of “premium” content, including Time Warner-owned channels. […]

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Now you don’t need a PlayStation to use PlayStation Vue subscription TV service

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 […]