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Sling TV costs more than Philo but has better channels, more options and a comparatively better interface, so it's worth the extra money in our opinion. And it's still dirt-cheap compared to other streaming services, let alone cable. Sling is cheaper than premium services like YouTube TV and Hulu PLUS Live TV because it has very few Local stations. Confusingly, it also has two 30-per-Month Channel packages, Sling Orange and Sling Blue. While some channels are available on both Sling Orange and Sling Blue, two differ significantly from other channel offerings: Orange is basically the ESPN / Disney package, while Blue is the Fox / NBC package. Top channels not available on Sling Blue: ABC, CBS, Animal Planet, Disney Channel, ESPN, Nickelodeon. Fox and NBC are only available in select major cities. Top channels not available on Sling Orange: ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, Animal Planet, Bravo, CNBC, Discovery Channel, Bravo, Fox News, Fox Sports 1, FX, MSNBC, USA Network. Read our Sling TV review. With the addition of eight new channels and the addition of NFL Network and optional RedZone in time for the 2020 football season, YouTube TV has more top channels than any competitor-and it's still the only one with Local PBS stations. YouTube TV has the best cloud DVR of bunch, including unlimited storage and a generous nine months to watch recordings. The streaming platform interface is no-nonsense, if a little drab, and yet it offers most of the features a cable service can give you. And unlike Sling and others, it's dead simple: one package, one price, do. Despite its best-in-class Channel selection and cloud DVR, it's NOW equal with Hulu as the most expensive Live TV streaming service. If you want to save money over traditional cable subscription then Sling TV is superior bargain. Top Channels not available: & E, History, Lifetime. Read our YouTube TV review. With that December price hike, Hulu PLUS Live TV falls from being our top premium pick to second banana to YouTube TV. Its channel selection is still robust compared to everything but YouTube TV, however, and Hulu's integration of Live TV with its significant catalog of on-demand content, including exclusive titles like Handmaid's Tale, gives it a content advantage no other service can match. Its interface and DVR lag behind competitors, however, and you'll still have to pay another 10 months to get the ability to skip commercials on Hulu's cloud DVR. In short, for the same base price, YouTube TV is NOW better than Hulu. Top Channels not available: AMC, BBC America, Comedy Central, MLB Network, MTV, NBA TV, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone, Nickelodeon. Read our Hulu PLUS Live TV review. There's lot to like about FuboTV-it offers a wide selection of channels second only to YouTube TV, and its sports focus makes it especially attractive to soccer fans in particular. It's also a great choice for NFL fans since it's only service aside from YouTube TV with NFL Network and optional RedZone.

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Seiko TV Watch

1982 SEIKO TV Watch is a wristwatch with a built-in TV screen. It no longer works, because analog TV broadcasts stopped in the US in June 2009. Watch was so cool that it was featured in the 1982 James Bond Film Octopussy. For recursive experience, you can watch YouTube Video of Octopussy on Watch. The Guinness Book of Records show, in its 1984 edition, SEIKO TV-Watch as the smallest TV set in the world. This is an interesting theory, since from what you can see here actually looks like the smallest TV by far. Unfortunately, vital detail is missing; necessary TV receiver is inside a box approximately the size of a Walkman. The box is connected to Watch via cable show on photograph. The idea was to put a cable through the sleeve of your jacket and hide the receiver in the pocket. Then just put on earphones and you can watch TV inconspicuously almost anywhere. Details were hard to recognize because of the slow and low contrast liquid crystal display. TV-Watch by HATTORI SEIKO CO., LTD was present in Tokyo during the summer of 1982. Some hundred million yen were invested in its development. In beginning, TV-Watch was only available in Tokyo and Osaka as DXA001 for 108 000 Yen, later also as DXA002 all over Japan for 98 000 Yen. Both versions are said to differ only by case design and headphone, less costly package being only equipped with earphone. In the US, TV-Watch was sold from 1983 on. The first version T001-5000 was sold in a silver color cardboard box. The protective pouch for the receiver also comes in silver color. Much more frequently found, later version T001-5019 was delivered in a gold color box. Strangely, obviously highly pessimistic developers expect LCD modules to last only about seven years. Regardless of its factual impracticality, SEIKO TV-Watch is the holy grail of every pocket TV collection. Its fascination is unbeaten. TV-Watch was seen on the big screen several times. In 1983, Roger Moore wore TV-Watch in Octopussy instead of usual Rolex Submariner. In 1987, you could see one on Tom Hanks' wrist in the comedy Dragnet. Naturally, in both movies it came without earphone and in Octopussy it even had a color screen. Partly because it was seen in the Bond movie, prices for TV-Watch rocket. Well-kept models with original packaging rarely sell for less than 500. Unused copies may change owners for as much as 1 000. The retail price in the US was 495. Technical details are quickly list: 1. 2 displays w / o background lighting, 5 hours running time on one set of batteries, external tuner for VHF & UHF and FM stereo radio reception. A watch in its original function can be misused as a stop watch and as an alarm-clock. The flexible 6-conductor cable supplies three different voltages with separate signals for video and synchronization.

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Other live TV options

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ProsCons
Good mix of sports, news and entertainment networks, plus local channelsExpensive add-ons
Hulus on-demand streaming library includedMust upgrade DVR to fast-forward through commercials
50 hours of cloud DVR storageOnly two screens at once

Livestreaming TV services go all-in on replicating the familiar look and feel of cable TV while also maintaining the ease and convenience of streaming. Theyre also mostly cheaper than cable or satellite. That got your attention, didnt it? Livestreaming TV is simply television carried over the Internet instead of using traditional cable or satellite connections. Its same programming that is happening Live right now on your favorite networks, just delivered through different wires. You could call it Internet TV, but livestreaming just sounds cooler. There are a couple more ways that livestreaming TV is different from cable and satellite: Channel grids look mostly the same as those of cable and satellite, but livestreaming TV providers simply use apps on streaming device instead of a physical receiver or DVR box. One less piece of equipment on the shelf is a definite plus. Also, except for local TV stations, there are also no channel numbers in livestreaming. Initially, that weirdest difference when cutting cord in favor of streaming, but you get over it. TNT is still TNT, number or not. Though no single service covers every need for every viewer, cabletv. Com has Review and rat 14 of the best livestreaming and On-demand TV services currently available to potential cord-cutters. We even throw in five extra free streamers for kicks. Weve rank these streaming services based on bang-for-your-buck value, features, reliability, and our 2020 customer satisfaction survey results for livestreaming and on demand. Between cabletv. Coms expert reviewers and real-life streaming users, weve come up with our OWN editorial star ratings for livestreaming and On-demand services. Not to brag, but we nail it.


YouTube TV channels and pricing

YouTube TV Review Summary: After 15 price hike, YouTube TV is no longer the deal that it used to be. For 65 month, you get 85 + networks, including local sports and news. The channel lineup features sports networks like ESPN, FS1, FS2, BTN, NFL Network and SEC Network. YouTube TV offers unlimited DVR and allows up to three simultaneous streams. Amazon Fire TV devices and smart TVs are now support. Price: One single plan for 65 per month Channels: Heavy on sports, plus well-round lineup of news and entertainment channels; ViacomCBS networks added in June 2020 DVR: Record as many programs as you want at the same time and never run out of storage space support devices for TV include: Amazon Fire TV Android TV Apple TV Google Chromecast PlayStation 4 Roku Xbox One, Xbox One S & Xbox One X Select smart TVs Multiple streams: Up to three separate devices at same time Internet speed: 3 Mbps for SD quality, 7 Mbps for One HD stream and 13 Mbps for reliable HD streaming with Multiple streams More resources: Free trial offer | Cancel your subscription

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Streaming TV ServiceStarting Price
TVisionVibe: $ 10/month Live: $40/month
Philo$20/month
Sling TV Best Budget Live TV Streaming Service$30/month
Hulu + Live TV Best Streaming Alternative to YouTube TV{matheq}54.99/month{endmatheq} 64.99/month as of December 18
ATT TV Now (formerly DirecTV Now)$55/month
fuboTV$59.99/month
YouTube TV Best Cable TV Replacement$64.99/month

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ProsCons
HBO Max Cinemax included in Max planOnly 45+ channels offered for $55/month
500 hours of cloud DVRMust upgrade to $80/month plan for some regional sports networks

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ProsCons
Lots of entertainment networks for a very low priceNo local or sports channels

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ProsCons
Affordable plans from $ 10 to $60 per monthNo CBS offered
100 hours of cloud DVR with TVision Live plansRoku not supported
Simple navigationEligibility requirement

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ProsCons
Packages start at $30 per monthLimited local channels
Lots of compatible devicesOnly 10 hours of cloud DVR included
Affordable add-on channel optionsOnly one stream with Sling Orange

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ProsCons
Great overall channel lineupMonthly price increased from $ 50 to $65 in June 2020

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ProsCons
Lots and lots of sports channels; ESPN finally added in August 2020Turner networks (CNN, TBS, TNT, etc.) removed in July 2020
Good mix of live news and entertainment networksMust upgrade to get more than 30 hours of cloud DVR
Up to 6 profiles per subscriptionOnly two streams at the same time; add more for an additional charge
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History

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ProsCons
Great overall channel lineupMonthly price increased from $ 50 to $65 in June 2020

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ProsCons
Lots and lots of sports channels; ESPN finally added in August 2020Turner networks (CNN, TBS, TNT, etc.) removed in July 2020
Good mix of live news and entertainment networksMust upgrade to get more than 30 hours of cloud DVR
Up to 6 profiles per subscriptionOnly two streams at the same time; add more for an additional charge
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