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Hulu with Live TV & PlayStation Vue to Add ACC Network in August 2019

Right in time for the 2019 college football season, it has been announced that Hulu with Live TV and PlayStation Vue will be adding ESPN’s new ACC Network to their channel lineup on August 22, 2019, which is the launch day for the channel too.

The ACC Network said on their website in a statement:

“ESPN and the ACC bring you ACCN, 24/7 coverage of the conference where 15 championship-winning programs call home. Enjoy live games, inside access, original content, and analysis of the ACC all year long. ACCN is coming to TV, computer, and mobile screens.”

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Hulu with Live TV and PlayStation Vue are currently the only live TV streaming services that have signed on as providers for the network, but other streaming services could add the channel before the August 22 launch date.

The 2019 college football season does begin on August 24 this year, with more games being played August 29-31 for the first real week and weekend of the 2019 college football season.

Hulu with Live TV costs $44.99 per month and PlayStation Vue also starts at $44.99 per month. However, it unknown which plan ACC Network will be on for PlayStation Vue customers.

Both Hulu with Live TV are available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

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