The Sling TV streaming service now offers a beta multi-stream service featuring Fox content for only $20 per month. The new beta service allows customers to stream on up three devices simultaneously and includes content from FOX Broadcasting, FOX Sports, FX, National Geographic and other popular channels.
Any Extras added to your subscription will also be included in your three streams. With three streams, the beta multi-stream service is perfect for families, roommates or multi-television households.
Just like the standard single-stream “Best of Live TV” service, the multi-stream service will include nationwide availability of A&E, Adult Swim, AMC, Bloomberg, Cartoon Network, CNN, El Rey, Flama, Food Network, Galavision, HGTV, History, IFC, Lifetime, Local NOW, Maker, Newsy, Polaris+, TBS, TNT, Travel Channel, truTV, UniMás, Univision and VICELAND.
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.
Sports fans can enjoy local FOX broadcast, regional sports networks (RSNs) and national sports plus in-market multi-stream subscribers can also watch NFL games on their local FOX station. UEFA soccer matches, NASCAR races and UFC fights are available.
Users also get local Fox stations and on-demand content in the following markets: 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.
If you’re a new subscriber to Sling TV, you can sign up for our multi-stream service by visiting www.sling.com. New customers are also able to sign up for the multi-stream service in-app on compatible Roku devices, Xbox One consoles or Android devices. If you’re already a Sling TV customer, you can subscribe to the multi-stream service by logging into your account on www.sling.com or calling customer service. The new multi-stream service is available for streaming on all Sling TV-supported devices.
Visit www.sling.com/programming for more information about Sling TV’s channel.
Users have various settings and can pause live TV or watch something that aired up to 72 hours ago. Sling TV customers can also customize their streaming service with additional packages including “Kids Extra”,“Sports Extra”, “World News Extra”, “Hollywood Extra”, “Deportes Extra” and “Lifestyle Extra” plus the addition of HBO® for $15 per month.
In addition to Chromecast support, Sling TV’s device portfolio also includes Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire tablets, Android TV platforms including Google’s Nexus Player, current-generation Roku players and Roku TV models, Xbox One, Android and iOS devices, Macs and PCs.
~ Michael Siebenaler