from Sling Announcements…
Starting next week, Sling TV will be the first and only Internet TV service to offer live HBO and ESPN. Sling TV will offer HBO’s linear channel, as well as the mountain of on-demand content that HBO provides on its other platforms.
HBO will be available for $15 when customers sign up for the $20 Best of Live TV core package, and will be available on all devices that Sling TV supports: Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick; current-generation Roku players and Roku TV models; Xbox One; Android and iOS devices; and Macs and PCs.
So, $35/month gets a Sling subscriber: ESPN, ESPN2, AMC, TNT, TBS, CNN, A&E, Lifetime, History, Food Network, HGTV, Travel Channel, Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, Disney Channel, ABC Family, IFC, H2, El Rey Network, Maker, Galavision, and HBO.
For another $5/month, you can add special interest packages to your subscription…
- Sports: SEC Network, ESPNews, ESPNU, Universal Sports, Univision Deportes, beIN Sports, ESPN Buzzer Beater, ESPN Bases Loaded, ESPN Goal Line
- Kids: Disney Junior, Disney XD, Boomerang, Baby TV, Duck TV
- Hollywood: EPIX, EPIX2, EPIX3, EPIX Drive-In, Sundance TV
- World News: Bloomberg TV, HLN, Euro News, France 24, NDTV 24/7, News 18, Russia Today
- Lifestyle: truTV, Cooking Channel, DIY, WE tv, FYI, LMN
Sling only supports one stream per subscription.