Dish’s internet TV streaming service called Sling TV is now becoming even more attractive for sports fans, particularly football fans. Sling TV has announced that it will soon be launching NFL Network and NFL RedZone. The channels will be launched in time for regular season kick-off in the coming weeks. This will enable Sling TV users to watch every touchdown with NFL RedZone and extensive coverage around the clock from NFL Network.

Sling TV isn’t the only standalone online TV streaming service that’s going to offer NFL Network and NFL RedZone. The two channels have also been confirmed for Sony’s PlayStation Vue TV streaming service where they will go live prior to the regular season kick-off. It appears that NFL Network and NFL RedZone are now fully embracing these online TV streaming services.

“This NFL season, Sling TV customers will have access to game coverage spanning across multiple networks. Our customizable packaging continues to be industry leading, benefiting Sling TV customers by empowering them to choose what they want,” said Roger Lynch, CEO of Sling TV

It’s unclear as yet if NFL Network and NFL RedZone will be included in any of Sling TV’s existing packages and how much it’s going to cost subscribers above and beyond the $20 per month they already pay for Sling TV.

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