Sling TV is Again Adding a New Music Channel

Well it looks like Sling TV is adding a new music channel to their lineup. Today the Baeble Music channel was added to Sling TV.

Baeble Music is a new channel features Baeble original productions of concerts, studio sessions, and artist interviews.

“As digital-first networks like Baeble migrate to TV, they bring new programming and enormous audiences that are unserved by legacy cable channels,” Sean Doherty, CEO of Wurl, said in a statement.

This seems to have happened at about the same time Sling TV added REELZ and adding EPIX Drive-In to all Sling TV subscribers packages.

EPIX Drive-In

EPIX Drive-In is now available in high definition in the Sling Orange service and Sling Blue service at no additional cost to customers. Sling Orange customers and Sling Blue customers can now enjoy favorite movies like “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and “Top Gun.” Sling Orange customers and Sling Blue customers will automatically see EPIX Drive-In appear in their guide today.

REELZ Joins Hollywood Extra

REELZ is now available to Sling TV customers in the Hollywood Extra add-on for $5 per month with a Sling Orange and / or Sling Blue subscription. Subscribers to Hollywood Extra can look forward to REELZ original series, including “Scandal Made Me Famous,” “The Kitty Kelley Files” and “Celebrity Page.”

Hollywood Extra subscribers will also see new series and specials from REELZ, including “Elvis Presley: Behind Closed Doors” (Aug. 13), “Broke and Famous” (Sept. 8), “US Weekly’s Famous Feuds” (Sept. 8), “It Happened Here” (Nov. 10) and “The Stalker Files” (Nov. 10).

Cord Cutters News has reached out to Sling TV to find out what packages will offer Baeble and will update this post when we learn more.

Update: Sling TV says the new channel is part of a Bonus Extra add-on. Also some international packages will include the new channel.

Source: B&C

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