For sports fans who live in these markets, Sling TV is an incredibly attractive option now. Live sports is the one factor that holds a lot of people to cable, and as cheaper sources emerge, you can expect cable’s downward subscription trend to continue.
If you haven’t heard of Sling TV, it’s a streaming television option that basically works like cable (visit out full review of Sling TV here). You pay a fee and get a set number of live channels. But Sling TV has a few distinct advantages in that the price is tiny compared to cable ($25 for over 60 networks), and it’s much more mobile. Sling TV can be streamed with a cell phone, television, computer, tablet, and streaming box like Roku.
It was last summer that Sling said they were going to work to provide more local sports options, and it looks like they’re making good on that promise. Sling already had ESPN and Fox sports, but getting local sports is an absolute game changer for many people. In the markets where NBC Regional Sports networks are now available, expect a lot of people to be breaking up with their cable company.
Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.
Latest posts by Artie Beaty (see all)
- Hulu: What’s Coming And Going In October 2018 - September 21, 2018
- Netflix’s “Black Mirror: USS Callister” Claims Three Emmys, Including Best TV Movie - September 13, 2018
- States Want to Protect Broadband Customers, Comcast Wants To Stop Them - August 31, 2018