Today Sling TV announced that they are finally adding the long waited for Comcast Sports Net (CSN) to their lineup. Starting April 2nd (Opening day of the MLB season) you will be able to find the Comcast Sports Net on the Sling Blue service.
Today Sling TV made the following statement:
Today I’m happy to share that sports fans in the California, Bay Area, Chicago and Mid-Atlantic markets will have access to NBC Regional Sports Networks by Major League Baseball’s 2017 Opening Day, April 2. Since we originally announced the coming addition of NBC Regional Sports Networks, our team has continued to work closely with our programming partners to bring you these networks. We appreciate your continued support and patience while we worked to add CSN California, CSN Bay Area, CSN Chicago and CSN Mid-Atlantic.
When these networks launch, they will be available to all Sling Blue customers who live in eligible markets at no additional cost, which makes Sling Blue at $25 per month the cheapest way to access these channels.
The addition of Comcast Sports Net was first announced several months ago but is only now being added to the service.
The addition of Comcast Sports Net seems to be a effort to give more MLB coverage.
Access to even more MLB
Don’t live in one of the above markets? Sling TV brings you nationally broadcasted MLB games all season long on TBS, ESPN, FOX and FS1. In addition to the national games, select Sling Blue customers living in the following markets will have access to their favorite teams: FOX Sports Cincinnati, FOX Sports Detroit, FOX Sports North, FOX Sports Prime Ticket, FOX Sports San Diego, FOX Sports Southeast, FOX Sports Southwest, FOX Sports Sun, SportsTime Ohio and YES Network. While FOX Sports Ohio doesn’t carry MLB games, it is also available to eligible customers.
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