With Dish's Sling TV, You Can Watch ESPN For $20 A Month
On Monday, Dish Network announced its live TV streaming service Sling — and sports fans will finally be able to stream ESPN over it.By Ben Lawson | January 5, 2015
On Monday, Dish Network unveiled its new live TV streaming service Sling TV, which will let sports fans finally stream ESPN to a wide range of devices.
For $20 a month, viewers will get access to a lineup of cable networks including TNT, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network — and did we mention ESPN? — without having to have a cable subscription. (Video via Tom's Guide)
Sling's CEO is calling its sports programming an "anchor" for the service, and that might be an understatement. Re/code poses an interesting question: "If ESPN wasn’t in this package, do you think Dish would be trying to sell it?"