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Super Bowl Report Card: Sling TV vs DIRECTV NOW vs PlayStation Vue vs YouTube TV vs fuboTV

Last night the Super Bowl was once again one of the most watched sporting events in the United States. It also serves as a benchmark for the stability of live TV streaming services. This year we had several winners and one loser, but before we jump into how each of the live TV streaming services […]

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Philo vs Sling TV vs DIRECTV NOW vs PlayStation Vue vs Fubo TV vs Hulu vs YouTube TV – Updated February 2018

Today we update our side by side look at the major live TV streaming services. With a lot of new device support and new channels we wanted update our live TV streaming service break down. This month we looked at Fubo TV, Philo, Sling TV, Hulu’s live TV beta, YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, and DIRECTV NOW with the hopes that […]

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Sling TV Expands Into Puerto Rico

Today Sling TV announced that they are expanding their live TV streaming service into Puerto Rico. This gives residence in Puerto Rico access to a new streaming option to replace traditional pay TV. “DISH has served customers in Puerto Rico for 20 years, and we have been proud to lead the way in delivering the […]

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Dish Officially Announces Legal Action against Two IPTV Services

A few weeks ago it was reported that Dish had filed two lawsuits targeting IPTV services. Yesterday, Dish formally announced the lawsuits and explained why they are taking these steps. The two IPTV services Dish targeted are Spider-TV and Tiger Star and, according to the complaint, Dish is suing them for broadcasting certain TV channels […]

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Sling TV Is Trying to Partner with Regional ISPs

Recently Sling TV’s parent company, Dish, launched a new group called Dish Alliance Group. This new group plans to sell video services such as Sling TV to broadband-only providers around the United States. “Many broadband companies offer their own video solution but increasing programming costs and a large number of internet-only customers have left many […]

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For The First Time Ever The Golden Globes Will Be Live Streamed

Last year if you wanted to stream the Golden Globes legally you found yourself out of luck. NBC made it clear that their contract with the Golden Globes did not allow them to stream the award show. This year you will be about to stream the Golden Globes on NBC’s website at http://www.nbc.com/live You will also be […]

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Sling TV is Offering Free Access to The SEC Network in Time For The National Championship

Today Sling TV announced that they will offer the SEC Network free to all Sling Orange subscribers starting January 6th 2018 and running through January 8th 2018. This is just in time for the NCAA National Championship game between Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs on Monday, January, 8th. This will let Sling Orange subscribers […]

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Sling TV Partners With comScore For New Advertising Measurements

Today Sling TV announced that it has partnered with comScore to offer cross-platform addressable advertising measurement for campaigns that join the live OTT service’s impressions and DISH set-top box impressions.  This will give Sling TV a leg up on the competition by allowing advertisers to see the campaign’s performance across the OTT service’s connected TV, mobile and […]

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