Late last month, AT&T became the latest player to offer a pay TV bundle that’s streamed over the internet rather than delivered through a cable service or satellite transmission. Its DirecTV Now service joins Dish’s Sling TV, Sony’s PlayStation Vue and Comcast’s Stream TV.
Late last month, AT&T became the latest player to offer a pay TV bundle that’s streamed over the internet rather than delivered through a cable service or satellite transmission. Its DirecTV Now service joins Dish’s Sling TV, Sony’s PlayStation Vue and Comcast’s Stream TV. Seth Perlman, Reed Saxon Associated Press file
Late last month, AT&T became the latest player to offer a pay TV bundle that’s streamed over the internet rather than delivered through a cable service or satellite transmission. Its DirecTV Now service joins Dish’s Sling TV, Sony’s PlayStation Vue and Comcast’s Stream TV. Seth Perlman, Reed Saxon Associated Press file

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