Update: Sling TV just announced new details on their DVR Beta. You can find all the details HERE.
On this day in 2015 Sling TV went public to everyone. If you had told cord cutters two years ago that ESPN, FS1, HBO, CNN, and pretty much every cable TV channel would be legally available to cord cutters many of them would have likely laughed at you; however, two years later not only do cord cutters have access to these great channels but also many of them will soon be available from seven different streaming services.
This milestone that changed cord cutting forever was the announcement in January 2015 that Sling TV would be coming to the US market. Even if you are not a fan of Sling TV you really should thank the service for changing the future of cord cutting. If Sling TV had failed it is likely that many of the services cord cutters enjoy today would have had second thoughts about coming to market.
To kick off the celebration of Sling TV turning two years old, Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch will be live on Periscope at 1:30 p.m. ET today. During the Twitter Periscope they we will get a look back at Sling TVs first two years and a look at what perks they have planned for their subscribers to celebrate the big milestone.
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