Sling Users Get More Streaming TV Today With Addition Of AMC, IFC

Sling Users Get More Streaming TV Today With Addition Of AMC, IFC

One of the most common knocks against Dish’s Sling TV streaming service is that it just doesn’t offer you enough channels for the $20/month subscription, but today Sling will get more attractive to some as AMC and IFC are added to the base package of channels at no additional cost, while users also have the option of a $5 premium bundle from Epix. [More]

Sling TV Chooses Epix For Its First Premium Movie Package

Sling TV Chooses Epix For Its First Premium Movie Package

Dish’s Sling TV streaming service is currently a pretty bare-bones operation, with only about a dozen channels and very little in the way of on-demand content. Today the service announced its first partnership with a premium pay-TV movie network. And no, it’s not HBO, Showtime, or even Starz. [More]

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As Of Today There Are 1,800 Fewer Classic Movie Titles On Netflix Instant

Perhaps you were waiting for just the right night to tuck yourself in on the couch with a bowl of popcorn, get all cozy and finally watch Dr. No on Netflix Instant. Well, unless you did that before today, you’re outta luck: Netflix pulled about 1,800 classic  titles from its streaming library last night as part of its effort to ramp up their programming instead of simply offering a whole bunch of movies. [More]

Netflix "Watch It Now" Service Gets Access To Paramount,
Lionsgate and MGM

Netflix "Watch It Now" Service Gets Access To Paramount, Lionsgate and MGM

The NYT is reporting that Netflix has cut a deal with start-up pay-TV channel Epix that will give it exclusive rights to steam Paramount Pictures, Lionsgate and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films. What does this mean for you? If you have Netflix, you’ll be able to stream movies like ‘Iron Man 2′ three months after they appear on pay television. [More]