via Business Insider
by Jeff Dunn
August 10, 2017
Everyone in the tech industry wants your eyeballs.
More specifically, an increasing number of tech companies are trying to attract the millions of “cord-cutters” who have ditched cable for services that stream live TV channels over the internet.
Hulu’s flashy new live-TV service is the latest to join the fray, while YouTube recently launched its YouTube TV platform. Sony, Dish Network, and AT&T, meanwhile, have been fighting it out for months now.
But since this is the TV industry in America, figuring out what’s what is complicated. So to help you see which, if any, make sense for you, we’ve broken down the biggest live-TV streaming services you can choose from today: PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, and Hulu with Live TV, as well as a smaller offering called Fubo TV that’s expanded in recent months.
Let’s dig into the fine print:
Very in-depth, highly recommend this comparison!