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Sling TV: How to Stop the Spinning Wheel

Q. Sometimes when I’m watching Sling TV, the show stops and I get this spinning wheel in the middle of the picture. Is there anyway to get rid of that so the show doesn’t get interrupted? What causes it? — Vic, Chicago, Illinois.  Vic, the ‘spinning wheel’ is an occasional occurrence when watching any live

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Sling TV Ends 1-Year Price Guarantee

Q. I’ve been thinking of trying out Sling TV as an alternative to our cable service, which is Comcast. Do you know if Sling TV has a free trial that lets you check it out? And I heard they had a one year price guarantee. Is that still available?– Carli, Landover, Maryland.  Carli, Sling TV

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Dish vs. Sinclair: Anything New?

Q. I thought Dish would have had the Fox regional sports channels back by now with the baseball and basketball seasons starting again soon. What’s new with this? Anything at all?! — Davey, Phoenix.  Davey, Dish (and its live streaming service, Sling TV) has been missing the 22 Fox-branded regional sports networks since July 2019

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Sling TV Blue or Orange? What’s the Difference?

Q. After YouTube TV raised its price, I’ve been thinking of getting Sling TV. But I’m confused when I get to their web site. What is the difference between their Blue and Orange plans? The price is the same so which one is better? — Viv, Spokane, Washington.  Viv, you’re right. YouTube TV’s decision last

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Sling TV Offers 1-Year Price Guarantee

Sling TV has targeted YouTube TV and FuboTV subscribers who are upset with this week’s price increases by offering a one-year price guarantee for new and existing customers. YouTube TV this week raised its monthly price from $50 to $65, a 30 percent increase. FuboTV, a smaller live streaming service, also hiked its monthly prices

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Dish, Sling TV Lose NFL Network In Fee Fight

Dish and Sling TV have lost the NFL Network and the RedZone Channel due to a carriage dispute with the NFL, which owns the channels. The channels were removed from both services around 9 p.m. ET last night and the league issued a statement saying Dish had rejected its carriage terms. (Dish owns Sling TV,

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Sling TV Offers Free Showtime, Starz & Epix

Sling TV is now giving Showtime, Starz and Epix for free for 30 days to new customers if they sign up for the service’s base package. The live streaming service owned by Dish has two base programming packages starting at $30 a month. Blue features more than 50 channels including live network feeds in select

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Coronavirus: Sling TV Offers Free TV In Primetime

Sling TV today will begin offering its base Blue programming package for free to new customers from 5 p.m. ET to midnight as a way to help Coronavirus shut-ins pass the time. The free programming, which does not require a credit card to watch, includes 50 live channels, cloud DVR service, and more than 50,000

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Coronavirus: Sling TV Offers 14-Day Free Trial

Sling TV, the live streaming service owned by Dish, is offering a 14-day free trial of its news-heavy Blue package to help stay at-home Americans keep abreast of the latest Coronavirus updates. The 45-channel Blue package, which normally costs $30 a month ($20 a month for the first month) includes such news channels as CNN,

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Sling TV Offers Free TV For Coronavirus Shut-Ins

Sling TV, the live streaming service owned by Dish, has begun offering some free news channels without a paid account so more Americans can monitor the latest Coronavirus developments. The list includes ABC News Live, a 24/7 streaming news channel for breaking news and live events, and the Fox News Channel, the top-rated cable news

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3 Ways to Lower Your Monthly TV Bill

Q. My cable TV bill keeps going up and up. My bill this month is way over $100 and all I have is the basic package of channels and HBO. Is there anyway to get this bill down? I’m about to cancel. — Sam, Chincoteague, Virginia.  Sam, I hear you. Due to higher programming costs,

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