The death of TV as we’ve known it is finally here. The satellite company Dish announced plans to sell a package of channels that are streamed over the internet for $20 a month.
Dish’s service has 10 channels, according to The Verge: TNT, TBS, CNN, Food Network, HGTV, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, the Disney Channel, ESPN, and ESPN2.
The biggest channel in there is ESPN, as people will be able to see all the live sports programming aired by ESPN without having to sign up for a traditional pay-TV subscription.
But if you really dig into the fine details on this thing, it’s tremendously underwhelming.