In this section of the Sling TV MediaRoom, you'll find our news releases. The releases are listed in chronological order and are archived by year.
Apr 1, 2021-- DISH proposes new model that is fair to both customers and station owners
MASN and NBC Regional Sports Networks (RSNs) were removed from DISH TV and SLING TV last night, affecting access in 10 states and Washington D.C. With this removal, DISH TV customers will no...
- Feb 9, 2021SLING TV invites cable customers to a free, no strings attached 'Fling' with its live TV streaming service, including SHOWTIME®-- Watch over 100 live and on-demand channels for free, including the full suite of SHOWTIME® channels, 5 p.m. ET to midnight
SLING TV is inviting consumers to try its service for free with "SLING Fling," a daily, no credit card required, six-night primetime TV event. Over 100 live channels from SLING Orange, SLING Blue...
- Jan 27, 2021-- All SLING TV customers now receive 50 hours of free DVR storage; recording function available across all live-linear channels
SLING TV, the best value in live streaming services, today expanded its DVR offerings to all existing and new subscribers. SLING TV also introduced new pricing for new customers across its SLING...
- Sep 23, 2020- New beta feature allows customers to invite up to three guests to watch synced live or on-demand content together
SLING TV, the most flexible live TV streaming service, today launched a new feature in beta, "SLING Watch Party," which enables customers to connect with friends and family in remote locations via...
- Sep 17, 2020SLING TV delivers free local channels, hundreds in savings with new professional installation pilot program-Whole-home, cord cutting bundles, including a high-definition (HD) antenna and AirTV products, now available for purchase by calling 855-567-1424
SLING TV today launched a new professional installation pilot program for cable cutters in select U.S. markets, making it easier than ever for Americans to receive local over-the-air (OTA) channels, such as ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, for free via an HD antenna.