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An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
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RE: An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
(05-21-2019 07:25 PM)Hokie Mark Wrote:  
(05-21-2019 04:44 PM)MWC Tex Wrote:  Sling is offer a great deal if you pay for 3 months advance.
Get an antenna for free and the Air TV player for $70.

It looks interesting but I need to know more about it as if I understand correctly, the OTA channels integrate into the Sling app and can use the existing Roku devices to get the OTA channels.

Sling is excellent if you live alone; sharing can be a problem though.

Sling Blue gives you three streams. Sling Orange exclusives (ESPN and Disney) only have one stream. If you have access to ESPN elsewhere, Sling Blue would work great. It doesnt provide access to CBS Sports Network or Big 10 Network which is a bit tough if college sports is your priority
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