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PlayStation Vue Adds Cozi TV

Today PlayStation Vue quietly added a national feed of Cozi TV. According to their website, Cozi TV is a “national network bringing viewers America’s most beloved iconic television series brought to you by the NBC Owned Television Stations.” Cozi TV airs shows like The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, Adam-12, The A-Team, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Emergency!, […]

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Here Are the Markets PlayStation Vue Added a National FOX Feed In

A couple of weeks ago PlayStation Vue lost access to Sinclair-owned FOX locals and last December they lost Tribune-owned FOX locals. Now Sony has launched a live FOX feed in markets where they no longer have a local FOX affiliate. This new national FOX feed will offer prime-time programming from the FOX broadcast network and additional content from […]

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Sling TV Now Offers the Most Channels Per Dollar (But Does That Even Matter?)

I have recently noticed a growing trend of new cord cutters wanting to know what service offers the most channels for what they pay. Many new cord cutters are looking for the best return on their dollar. If that is what you are looking at you likely want Sling TV. For $40 you can get […]

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Editorial: Live TV Streaming Will Never Succeed Unless They Can Speak a Language Their Customers Understand

This week I attended the Pay TV Show in Denver and had an opportunity to hear from some of the biggest names in cable TV and live TV streaming. PlayStation Vue, Philo, Sling TV, Pluto TV, fuboTV, Hulu, Amazon, and a host of others companies all sent executives to the event. During the talk it […]

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Over One-Third of DIRECTV NOW, PlayStation Vue, & Sling TV’s Customers Also Have Cable TV

This week at the Denver Pay TV Show, Joel Espelien, a senior analyst at TDG, opened up about their cord cutting studies. One of the most interesting was a look at who is paying for a live TV streaming service—such as Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, and Hulu—and cable TV. According to Espelien, 36.9% of live […]

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