Priced at $20 per month, multi-stream service includes content from
FOX Broadcasting, FOX Sports, FX, National Geographic and other
popular networks from AMC, A&E, Turner, Scripps and Univision
Live local content features FOX owned-and-operated broadcast
stations and FOX Sports Regional Networks, including YES Network
Ability to stream service on all Sling TV-supported devices,
including TVs, tablets, computers, smartphones and other streaming
devices; allows users to watch anytime, anywhere
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today Sling
TV launched a live beta multi-stream service for $20 per month,
including live and on-demand content from Fox Networks Group brands and
the ability to stream on up to three devices simultaneously in or
outside the home. In addition to Fox, the beta service’s base and
“Extra” packages include content from the following multi-stream
programmers: AMC, A&E, HBO, Turner, Scripps, EPIX and Univision.
Available today, Sling TV’s new beta service can be purchased with or
without the current Sling TV single-stream service at www.sling.com.
New Sling TV customers can trial the multi-stream service free for seven
days and with no annual contract or long-term commitment at www.sling.com.
Additionally, Sling TV’s single-stream service can be purchased with or
without the new multi-stream service for $20 per month.
“Since launch, our customers have asked for more channels and multiple
streams. We believe our new multi-stream service, anchored by a strong
lineup of Fox content, including top franchises like ‘Empire’ and ‘The
Americans’ on FOX and FX, as well as access to Major League Baseball in
15 markets, including the New York Yankees, is the first step in
answering their requests,” said Roger Lynch, CEO of Sling TV. “We look
forward to incorporating our customers’ feedback throughout the beta
phase as we evolve the multi-stream service to include additional
channels, features and functionality.”
The new “Best of Live TV” multi-stream service includes content from FOX
Broadcasting, FOX Sports, FX, National Geographic and other popular
networks from AMC, A&E, Turner, Scripps and Univision.
Similar to Sling TV’s single-stream service, beta multi-stream customers
can tailor their experience by adding “Extras,” including “Hollywood
Extra,” “Lifestyle Extra,” “World News Extra,” HBO and Cinemax. For a
full list of beta multi-stream channel options, visit www.sling.com.
Sling TV’s existing single-stream Best of Live TV service, which
includes content from Disney and ESPN Networks, is unchanged with the
introduction of this new multi-stream service. For a complete comparison
of channel lineups between the Best of Live TV single-stream and beta
multi-stream services, visit http://news.sling.com/document-library/sling-tv-beta-multi-stream-service-channels.
Fox Networks Group President and Chief Operating Officer Randy Freer
said: “We’re proud to partner with Dish and Sling TV to offer our brands
FOX Broadcasting, FX, National Geographic and FOX Sports as part of
Sling TV’s multi-stream service. This flexible platform, which allows
viewers to access our industry-leading programming, ranging from
‘Empire’ to ‘American Crime Story,’ the World Series, the Super Bowl and
our massively popular local sports, at home or on the go, reflects our
commitment to providing the consumer with a better and more seamless TV
Multi-stream customers will have access to Fox’s leading portfolio of
regional sports networks and their popular local NBA and MLB telecasts.
This includes select NBA playoff telecasts and, for the current baseball
season, the reigning World Series Champion Kansas City Royals, along
with the New York Yankees, St. Louis Cardinals, Detroit Tigers, Arizona
Diamondbacks, Atlanta Braves, Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians, Los
Angeles Angels, Miami Marlins, Milwaukee Brewers, Minnesota Twins, San
Diego Padres, Tampa Bay Rays and Texas Rangers. Availability is subject
to local territory restrictions. For more details on regional sports
networks, visit help.sling.com/foxregionalsports.
More local news, sports, weather and primetime shows
Customers who subscribe to the beta multi-stream service will have
access to local FOX broadcast content, live and on-demand, in the
following 17 markets at no additional cost: Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte
N.C., Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Gainesville, Fla., Houston, Los Angeles,
Minneapolis, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pa., Phoenix, San
Francisco, Tampa, Fla. and Washington D.C. Additionally, Sling TV
expects to add local content from FOX affiliates in the future on a
At launch, customers residing outside the above markets or traveling
away from home will have access to FOX on-demand content only. For more
information on accessing a local FOX station through Sling TV, visit help.sling.com/FOXlocal.
Coming soon, customers can use Sling TV credentials to authenticate the
FOX NOW, FXNOW, FOX Sports GO and Nat Geo TV applications.
About Sling TV
Sling TV L.L.C., a subsidiary of DISH Network Corporation (NASDAQ:
DISH), provides over-the-top television services including domestic and
international live and on-demand programming. It is available on
televisions, tablets, computers, smartphones and other streaming
devices. Sling TV offers two streaming services, which collectively
include programming content from Disney/ESPN (single-stream service
only), Fox (multi-stream service only), HBO, AMC, A&E, Turner, Scripps,
EPIX and Univision. Sling Latino offers a suite of standalone and add-on
Spanish-language programming packages tailored to English-dominant,
bilingual and Spanish-dominant U.S. households. Sling International
currently provides more than 200 channels in 18 languages across
multiple devices to U.S. households. Sling TV is a next-generation
service that meets the entertainment needs of today’s contemporary
viewers. Visit www.Sling.com.
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Candace Dean, 303-723-2985