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Sling TV ads get tough on bad cable as it reaches for broader subscriber base
Pay TV, Internet TV
Sling TV ads get tough on 'bad cable' as it reaches for broader subscriber base
Aug 30 2016 10:15 AM

It wasn’t long ago (January of 2015, actually) that Sling TV was cautiously edging out onto the national stage, demurely insisting it wasn’t advocating cord cutting, just offering an alternative that might attract cord nevers and others disgruntled with the pay-TV economy. In other words, Millennials.

Sony expands its Internet TV play, Vue, to Roku devices
Connected TVs & Devices, Internet TV
Sony expands its Internet TV play, Vue, to Roku devices
Jun 22 2016 11:00 AM

PlayStation Vue, Sony’s Internet TV package, just launched on another platform – Roku – making it just a little bit easier for cord-cutter wannabes to dip their toes in the water before taking the big plunge.

The service, which offers a pay as you go service with no contract, has three tiers:

Sling TV adds channels, Apple TV
Internet TV, Connected TVs & Devices
Sling TV adds channels, Apple TV
Jun 13 2016 3:15 PM

Busy day in Sling TV-land where the skinny bundle of Internet TV channels rolled out four announcements (and added some bulk in the process).

The OTT play from Dish Network now is available on 4th-Gen Apple TV, with all of its iterations – single-stream, beta multi-stream, Sling Latino and Sling International offerings – available to Sling TV subscribers via the app from Apple’s App Store.

Hulu’s rumored live Internet TV play is the new (burgeoning) reality of  television
Internet TV, A La Carte, OTT
Hulu’s rumored live Internet TV play is the new (burgeoning) reality of television
May 02 2016 6:30 AM

While Apple fiddles with its long-delayed (dead?) Internet TV service and Sling TV and Sony PlayStation Vue strive to craft packages of network content that will appeal to a broad array of America’s increasingly Internet-only households, Hulu – which is owned by Disney, Fox and Comcast – which already offers an SVOD service – looks ready to jump feet-first into the virtual MVPD fire with live streaming content from at least two of its owners.