Dish makes a big splash into web TV with $20/month for ESPN (and more)


Another major domino has fallen for cord cutters.

The first real Internet-only television subscription package has been introduced by DISH Network, marking an important milestone in the transition of TV from cable to the web.

DISH's service, called Sling TV, offers customers $20-a-month option for a limited batch of channels. It is the first real bundle of TV available online without a cable subscription, and includes ESPN — an important channel for its live and exclusive sports content.

The service will be available in the first quarter of 2015, the company said. It will only be for U.S customers, and can only be streamed on one device at a time. Read more...

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