Category: Sling TV

Sling Blue adds two alternate channels to show more Premier League games from NBC

Sling Blue, the streaming service, has added two brand-new alternate channels for subscribers to have access to more Premier League games. The addition of the two new NBC Sports overflow channels — named NBCSN Alternate 1 and NBCSN Alternate 2 — are included with Sling Blue and Sling Blue+Orange at no additional charge. On Premier League matchdays where there are several games being played at once, the alternate channels allow NBC Sports and Sling TV to stream Premier League games on those overflow channels that aren’t available on NBCSN, USA, CNBC, NBC or other NBC Sports-related networks. So, for example, on a ... Read more

Sling TV adds ESPN3 as separate channel to bolster soccer coverage

Sling TV announced this week that it has added ESPN3 as a new channel to its long list of streaming networks. Previously, ESPN3 was available to Sling TV customers but they had to log in to ESPN3 separately using the subscriber’s Sling TV username and password. But now with the addition of ESPN3 as a completely separate channel that’s built in to the list of Sling Orange channels available, it’s easier than ever to access all of the ESPN3 soccer matches on Sling TV. The addition of ESPN3 as a separate channel is a big move for both Sling TV ... Read more

One World Sports no longer available on DISH or Sling International

As of this week, One World Sports is no longer available on DISH and Sling International, which will come as a blow to soccer fans accustomed to watching NASL, Asian Champions League, Arsenal TV, Chelsea TV and Bayern Munich TV on the sports network. “ONE World Sports was seeking carriage in a domestic sports package, and in HD across all of its platforms, rather than continue to be packaged as an ethnic channel, and in SD,” said a One World Sports spokesperson. “We wanted the network to have carriage on DISH with packaging consistent with, and in a format, where ... Read more

Comparison of different Sling TV packages available for soccer fans

Sling TV offers so many different streaming packages that it can sometimes be confusing which one is the best one for you. With Sling TV, you can watch the best soccer leagues from around the world without needing a cable or TV subscription. Plus you can save money by switching to Sling TV and still watch your favorite team week-in week-out. But which Sling TV package is best for you? And what are the differences between the options available? For example, did you know there’s a Sling Latino, Sling Brazilian and Sling World Sports that are available? Find out below ... Read more

Sling TV adds NFL Network and NFL RedZone to streaming services

Sling TV has added the NFL Network and NFL RedZone to its array of streaming channels, to offer sports fans a chance to watch the best NFL action in addition to soccer, entertainment and other channels. All Sling Blue customers will automatically receive NFL Network, while NFL RedZone is available to Sling Blue customers as part of the “Sports Extra” add-on pack for an additional $5 per month. Sling Blue, which is $25/month, also includes NBC, NBCSN, FOX, FS1, FS2, FSN and lots more. During the upcoming regular season, NFL Network will deliver exclusive Thursday Night Football games, popular shows such as NFL GameDay Morning, A ... Read more

How to watch Premier League on Sling TV with this step-by-step guide

With Sling TV adding NBCSN to its new Sling Blue streaming service, you can watch Premier League games televised on NBCSN and NBC without needing a cable or TV subscription. In addition to NBCSN and the Premier League, Sling Blue also includes NBC, FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports 2, FOX, BBC America, Univision, UniMas and 25+ over channels. And if you like, you can also combine Sling Blue with Sling Orange to get ESPN and ESPN2 as well as the extra packages to include beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español and more. For the month of August, Sling Blue is ... Read more

First look at Sling Blue and Sling Orange on Roku

Since the launch of Sling Blue and Sling Orange, I’ve had a chance to give both legal streaming products a test drive on Roku to see how they work, as well as to get a better understanding of the new features particularly for soccer fans. First, the basics. Sling Blue offers soccer fans NBC, NBCSN, FOX, FS1, FS2, Univision, UniMas and 30+ news/entertainment channels for $25/month. Sling Orange features ESPN, ESPN2 and 20+ news/entertainment networks for $20/month. Or, combined, Sling Blue + Sling Orange is available for $40/month. Meanwhile, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español and Univision Deportes can be ... Read more

Where and how to watch Premier League streams

The popularity of streaming continues to grow year after year, providing soccer fans with more choices of how to cut the cord and save money, as well as watching games when you want, where you want and on what devices you want. While illegal streaming sites can infect your computer with viruses, malware and pop-up ads, there are many legal streaming services that offer HD picture quality as well as a ton of options to watch your favorite team, game or league on different devices. Here’s our research on where and how to watch streams of Premier League games. If ... Read more