FuboTV has long been known as a sports-oriented streaming service. Now with a new package and more sports channels such as FOX SPORTS, Comcast Sports Net and channels such as FX and Hallmark, it is moving to take on some of the big names in live TV streaming.
FuboTV recently announced that it had come to agreements with Fox Networks Group, NBCUniversal, A+E Networks, Crown Media Family Networks, Fuse Media, NBA TV, and The Weather Channel. Starting tomorrow FuboTV will launch a $34.99 a month streaming service that will offer add-on packages, cloud DVR capability, look back and start over offerings, and access to more than 25 TV Everywhere apps from its programming partners. The new $34.99 service will include 45+ channels and free access to BeIN content and regional sports networks at no extra cost.
Fubo TV is available on Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Android, and iOS devices.
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Fubo TV is still heavily focused on sports; however, it seems to fall just short of what many would want. The lack of ESPN is the main holdback. It has channels such as NBC Sports, FS1, FS2, BTN, Golf, NBA TV, and many other great sports channels but if you are missing the ESPN channels it’s hard to have it as your main sports service.
FuboTV did note that it is in talks with other programmers and network groups so there is hope that it will add a few more networks such as ESPN, which would really give cord cutters a sports package that would be attractive.
So keep an eye on Fubo TV and check out its channels. If it has what you want give it a try.
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