What streaming service has YES Network?
DIRECTV STREAM is currently the only live TV streaming service that has YES Network. Subscribers can use an Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku, Apple TV and Google Chromecast with Google TV to watch.
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YES Network used to be pretty common among live TV streaming services.
Now, DIRECTV STREAM is the only option for watching New York Yankees or Brooklyn Nets games without a cable or satellite provider.
The Choice plan, which carries 90+ channels, is $84.99 per month. YES Network is available throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and parts of Pennsylvania.
DIRECTV STREAM still has one advantage over paying for DIRECTV, Cox or Spectrum.
When you sign up, you can subscribe month to month and cancel whenever you want.
So if you’re looking to cut the cord, but still watch NBA or MLB games, you should consider whether its pros outweigh its cons.
Subscribers get three months of HBO Max free before the $14.99-per-month rate kicks in.
The Choice bundle has a wide variety of regional sports channels including MSG, MSG+, SNY, ESPN, ESPN2, NBC Sports and ACC Network.
All of your local ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Telemundo and Univision channels are included. And you get top cable TV channels such as ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, History, CNN and A&E.
And you don’t need to pay for a cable box.
DIRECTV STREAM works with Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iPhones, web browsers, tablets and Samsung Smart TVs.
Why can’t I stream YES Network on Hulu or YouTube TV?
There was a time when YES Network was available on a number of live TV streaming services. That included Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, fuboTV and YouTube TV.
These streaming services have yet to strike a long-term agreement with the collective ownership of YES Network.
YES Network is owned by Yankee Global Enterprises, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Amazon, The Blackstone Group, RedBird Capital and Mubadala Investment Company.
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