Both Sling TV and DISH customers lost one of the most beloved sports networks last night, which was NFL Network, as well as NFL RedZone, according to Cord Cutters News.
It was removed from both of the services due to Sling TV, DISH and the NFL unable to get an agreement on the distribution terms.
The NFL said in a statement:
“While NFL Media remains committed to negotiating an agreement and has offered terms consistent with those in place with other distributors, DISH has not agreed.”
NFL Network and NFL RedZone were available on the Sling Blue plan, which included NFL Network and then giving customers the option to get the extra $5 per month Sports add-on that came with NFL RedZone.
NFL Network is also still set to be the home of all 65 preseason games this August. The channel also airs other original programming such as “Good Morning Football” and “NFL Total Access.” It also has pre-game coverage every Sunday morning and live Thursday Night Football.
Right now, the only other way to get NFL Network through a live TV streaming service is through FuboTV with its standard plan at $54.99 a month or VidGo, which has NFL Network and NFL RedZone, for $39.99 a month.
Sling TV costs $30 a month and is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.
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