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  • Sling TV Comes To Amazon Fire TV With A Steep Hardware Discount

    Sling TV Comes To Amazon Fire TV With A Steep Hardware Discount

    Amazon today announced that its Fire TV streaming set-top box and HDMI stick now support Sling TV, the subscription-based live TV service that offers users an alternative to cable that streams via the web for $20 per month. As part of its promotion for the launch, Amazon and Sling are also offering a discount for Fire TV hardware for subscribers who prepay for three months of Sling TV… Read More

  • ESPN Launches A New WatchESPN App For Android, With Monday Night Football And On-Demand Clips

    ESPN Launches A New WatchESPN App For Android, With Monday Night Football And On-Demand Clips

    ESPN’s WatchESPN app has been wildly popular on every new device that it’s launched on. But until recently, you had to log in as a cable subscriber to be able to actually “watch” ESPN on the app. Now the company is launching a new version of WatchESPN for Android that not only brings its tentpole Monday Night Football games to Android tablet users for the first time… Read More

  • ESPN’s WatchESPN iPad App Adds A Live Toolbar With Scores, Stats, And On-Demand Clips

    ESPN’s WatchESPN iPad App Adds A Live Toolbar With Scores, Stats, And On-Demand Clips

    ESPN has added a few new features to its app for streaming live video on the iPad. The company’s WatchESPN app now has what it’s calling a “live toolbar” which will provide complementary info while viewers are streaming live TV on the tablet. It’s also making live streamed video of its ESPN3 channel available free to users on military and educational networks. Read More

  • Apple TV Finally Gets HBO GO And WatchESPN, iTunes Shoppers Now Buying 800K TV Shows Per Day

    Apple TV Finally Gets HBO GO And WatchESPN, iTunes Shoppers Now Buying 800K TV Shows Per Day

    Apple has added two major new content sources to Apple TV today, via HBO GO and WatchESPN integration. The new streaming services adds a considerable selection of content to the company’s streaming content device, bringing the HBO GO library to the platform, which offers HBO’s entire content library to cable subscribers who have the channel as part of their TV package. Read More

  • WatchESPN Finally Comes To Xbox

    WatchESPN Finally Comes To Xbox

    Today, ESPN announced that it is bringing live programming from its major properties — ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3 and ESPN Goal Line — to the Xbox with the official launch of WatchESPN. WatchESPN has been an important part of the sports media behemoth’s cross-platform aspirations, representing a single resource where fans can go to get live ESPN programming on their computers… Read More