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Insider Q&A: What's hard about streaming TV online

NEW YORK (AP) — As more people watch TV over the internet, the entertainment industry has "to get on board with it," said Roger Lynch, the CEO of Sling TV. Sling, which is owned by satellite TV company Dish Network, was one of the first services to offer packages of popular cable channels over the internet, threatening cable's dominance. Prices start at $20 a month for a core group of channels including ESPN and AMC; packages with other channels cost extra.
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