Dish Network-owned streaming service Sling TV announced that its new web television service, Sling TV, is now available and will bring content from AMC.
Sling TV will allow the general public to sign up and watch live TV from a variety of networks from a Mac or iOS device, along with a number of other devices. Interested consumers can now visit Sling.com to signup and get a free 7-day trial.
The base package is available at $20 per month and includes ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, TBS, Food Network, HGTV, Travel Channel, Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, ABC Family, Disney Channel, CNN, El Rey and Galavision.
“We believe Sling TV is a game-changing service that enhances the existing television landscape. Now underserved audiences have access to the best of live TV at an affordable price,” Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch said in a release.
AMC is promised to join the base package soon. Sling users will be given access to stream shows like The Walking Dead and Better Call Saul from AMC, or Doctor Who and Sherlock from BBC America.
Subscribers now have the ability to use their Sling TV login to authenticate with ESPN’s WatchESPN apps on mobile devices and the Apple TV. This can be done without extra charge for access to ESPN and ESPN2, while subscribers to the $5-per-month Sports Extra pack will be also given access to SEC Network, ESPNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Buzzer Beater, ESPN Bases Loaded and ESPN Goal Line.
The new service comes with easy navigating and intuitive interface. Users will find a lot of on screen UI elements, arrows, hamburger buttons, and more.