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People are tired of paying for sports they don’t watch, and TV companies have finally noticed

AMC, A&E, Discovery, and Viacom are almost ready to launch a streaming bundle without sports channels such as ESPN, according to the Wall Street Journal. Reportedly dubbed “Philo,” the service will cost less than $20 per month, and will soft-launch in the coming weeks. As Variety notes, the name Philo is based on the company providing the … Continue reading “People are tired of paying for sports they don’t watch, and TV companies have finally noticed” AMC, A&E, Discovery, and Viacom are almost ready to launch a streaming bundle without sports channels such as ESPN, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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