Just because you are a cord cutter does not mean you want to miss out on news. For a long time being a cord cutter meant giving up on MSNBC, ESPN, and other great live content.
TV shows and movies can be watched later and still be enjoyed just as much as watching them live but missing out on live news leaves you wanting more.
Now there is a new and legal way to watch MSNBC without a cable or starlight provider: Sling TV, the first live TV streaming service that brought cord cutters cable channels live without the need for a long-term contract.
Sling TV allows people to subscribe to their service without any contract and will even let you try it out for free. The best part for fans of MSNBC is the recent addition of contract-free MSNBC to their streaming services.
Not only will you get MSNBC but, with their news extra add-on, you will also get CNN, CNBC, HLN, BBC World News, RT News, EuroNews, France 24, and over 30 other channels!
On top of the news channels, you will get AMC, SyFy, BBC America, FX, FXX, Bravo, Fox Sports, FS1, FS2, HGTV, Comedy Central USA, Cartoon network, History Channel, TNT, Food Network, TBS, Nick Jr, IFC, A&E, ViceLand, TruTV, Livetime, Travel Channel, BET, Nat Geo, Nat Geo Wild, Newsy, Univision, Local Now from the Weather Channel, Bloomberg Television, Polaris+, Maker, and many other channels.
Plus you can add packages on top of your current , such as HBO, Cinemax, Kids Extra, and Sports Extra, to bring you many other packages that will add more channels. Although this is not à la carte TV, it will give cord cutters more control over what channels they want to pay for.
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