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RE: An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
(08-29-2019 09:59 PM)ChrisLords Wrote:  
(08-29-2019 11:51 AM)TerpsNPhoenix Wrote:  Cord Cutter News generally has a pretty good listing of what channels are on what service and they typically update it every month.

(08-29-2019 01:25 PM)MWC Tex Wrote:  You’ll have to puzzle it together.
Philo TV has the channels you are looking for and then some for $20.
Try.philo.com
Then when Sling offers ACCN you can have that for sports.

(08-29-2019 09:39 PM)solohawks Wrote:  Sling signed a deal with ACC network tonight. They would be your best bet moving forward


Thank you all for your help. I definitely asked the right place.

I'd never heard of Philo but they have a nice package of channels for $20.
Philo has a dvr for free. Just save a show you like and will record all episodes and keep them for 30 days. Wife saw Ghost Hunters was rebooted on A&E we had to subscribe.
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RE: An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
(07-12-2017 08:47 PM)rokamortis Wrote:  Suppose.tv just launched a comparison tool to help users find the best OTT deal based on their location and channel preferences.

https://techcrunch.com/2017/07/11/suppos...best-deal/

Bumping this as a reminder of how useful the suppose.tv tool is.

Plug in your location and your "must have" channels, and you'll get a list of recommended streaming-service packages with pricing displayed for each. Much easier than looking at each streaming service separately to figure out who has the channels you want to have.

https://www.suppose.tv/tv
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RE: An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
Update OP to reflect change from DirecTV Now to AT&T Now.
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RE: An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
As of 10/06/2019 - Reflects current carriage disputes
From a sports fan perspective (English Language Only). This does not include any temporary promotional prices

$10/month - Sling World Sports - BEIN Sports, BEIN Spanish, BEIN Sports Connect Online Channels, Outside TV, Willow TV, Willow TV Extra, Trace Sports Stars, Nautical Channel
An easy way to add BEIN if your main provider doesnt carry it or if BEIN is all you want. Willow is a cricket network too.

There is also a new service called Fanatiz for $10/month which includes the 3 BEIN optins above plus GOLTV and some foreign language international soccer channels

$15/month - Vidgo - Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, and the Free Stadium Channel
This is a great deal for affordable PAC 12 Network access

$15/month - AT&T Watch TV - TBS/TNT/TruTV
New plan included in certain AT&T phone plans and available for stand alone purchase that includes all the Turner Networks for MLB/NBA/NCAA

$25/month - Sling Orange - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 content, TBS, TNT, Stadium
The cheapest price point available to get ESPN/2/TBS/TNT. Also include the Free Stadium 24/7 Channel.

$25/month - Sling Blue - FS1, FS2, NBCSN, Local FOX/NBC affiliate and NBC RSN (if available), TBS, TNT, TruTV, NFL Network, Stadium
The cheapest price point available to get FOX/NBC/Turner/NFL Network. Also include the Free Stadium 24/7 Channel.

$35/month - Sling Orange & Sports Pack - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 content, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network, ACC Network, TBS, TNT, PAC 12 Network, NBA Network, NHL Network, MLB Network, MLB Strikezone, Tennis Channel, BEIN Sports, Stadium, OutsideTV,
The cheapest price point available to get all ESPN Networks, TBS, and TNT with most other specialty sport networks except most RSNs, CBSSN, Big 10 Network, FS1/FS2, NBCSN, Golf, and Olympic

$35/month - Sling Blue & Sports Pack - FS1, FS2, NBCSN, Local FOX/NBC Affiliate and NBC RSN (if available), TBS, TNT, TruTv, NFL Network, NFL RedZone, NBA Network, NHL Network, MLB Network, MLB Strikezone, Tennis Channel, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, Stadium, OutsideTV
Gets you many sports channels except most RSNs, the ESPN Networks, CBSSN, Big 10 Network.

$40/month - Sling Orange/Blue Combo- ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 Content, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Local FOX/NBC Affiliate and NBC RSN (if available)
The Cheapest way to get both ESPN, NBCSN, and FS1

$45/month - Hulu Live TV - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN GoalLine, ESPN College Extra, FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Big 10 Network, SEC Network, ACC Network, Local ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX Affiliate and RSN (if available)
The cheapest package to include ESPN/FOX/CBS/NBC sports networks and affiliates. ESPN3 Content can be accessed with a Hulu Live TV login in the ESPN app.

$50/month - Sling Orange/Blue Combo with Sports - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 content, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network, ACC Network, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, Local FOX/NBC Affiliate and NBC RSN (if available), TBS, TNT, TruTv, NFL Network, NFL RedZone, NBA Network, NHL Network, MLB Network, MLB Strikezone, Tennis Channel, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, Stadium, Stadium Plus, OutsideTV, Motorsport TV
Gets you pretty much all sports channels except most RSNs, CBSSN and the Big 10 Network.

$50/month - YouTube TV - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Big 10 Network, SEC Network, ACC Network, NBA Network, MLB Network, Tennis Channel, Local ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX Affiliate and RSN (if available)
YouTube TV is probably the most well rounded package for sports if you do not need NFL Network. ESPN 3 content is available via ESPN app.

PS VUE also had their Access plan at $50 which includes ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, Golf Channel, TBS, TNT, TruTV, and Local ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX Affiliate (if available)

DirecTV Now has their Plus Package available at this $50 price point. It contains ESPN/2, FS1, NBCSN, TBS/TNT/TruTV

$55/month - PS Vue Core - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN College Extra, FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Big 10 Network, SEC Network, ACC Network, NFL Network, MLB Network, NBA Network, NHL Network, Tennis Channel, BEIN Sports, Local ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX affiliate and RSN (if available)
Every major sports channel except PAC 12 Networks and the free Stadium channel. ESPN3 Content can be accessed via the ESPN app.
If you like sports this is the most well rounded package.

$55/month - FuboTv - FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Big 10 Network, PAC 12 Network, NFL Network, NBA Network, BEIN, TVG, Local NBC/CBS/FOX and RSN (If available)
FUBO also carries the Univision networks which is what sets them apart

Fubo has a sports pack available for additional $11/month which will add NFL Redzone, Tennis Channel, Stadium and the Stadium Xtra channels and other minor Sports Networks/Alternate feeds like the PAC 12 regional networks, Fox College Sports Network, and Gol TV

$65/month - PS Vue Core w/ Sports Pack - ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN College Extra, FS1, FS2, CBSSN, NBCSN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, TBS, TNT, TruTV, Big 10 Network, SEC Network, ACC Network, NFL Network, MLB Network, NBA Network, NHL Network, Local ABC/NBC/CBS/FOX affiliate and RSN (if available), SPORTS PACK CHANNELS - BEIN Espanol, NFL Red Zone, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, ESPN Classic, Eleven Sports, the Fox College Sports Networks, Longhorn Network, MLB Strike Zone, Outside TV, Stadium and Stadium overflow feeds, and National feeds of Fox and NBC RSN's.
Every US English language sports channel except PAC 12 Networks, Fox Soccer Plus, and Gol TV. Fox Soccer Plus can be purchased a la carte.
(This post was last modified: 10-06-2019 07:57 AM by solohawks.)
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RE: An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
There is a new service called Vidgo that is having a soft launch. Per Cordcutters.com, for $15/month you can get Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, and the Free Stadium channel.

https://www.cordcuttersnews.com/vidgo-ad...9-package/

Update: cord cutters news goofed, no ESPN, FS1, or NFL Network. Vidgo would still be a good addon to YouTube or Hulu TV for college sports fans wanting PAC12 Network access
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RE: An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
(10-03-2019 08:22 AM)solohawks Wrote:  There is a new service called Vidgo that is having a soft launch. Per Cordcutters.com, for $15/month you can get NFL Network, Pac 12 Network, BEIN Sports, and the Free Stadium channel.

https://www.cordcuttersnews.com/vidgo-ad...9-package/

Update: cord cutters news goofed, no ESPN or FS1

Update my OP with Video as this is a pretty decent package. I put in the Non-sports channel section since it doesn't have the major sports channels.

It'll be interesting to see how this company develops.
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RE: An Analysis of TV OTT Platforms
FS1, FS2, and local Fox owned and operated affiliates are back on Sling
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