Good to hear. I will interested to see how DirecTV Now compares. And will be very interested in Hulu next year since I use Hulu with no commercials now. I like the 5 streams and your comment about family accounts which I assume are like Netflix.The PlayStation Vue app and streams are rock solid and looks very good. Definitely like the cloud DVR feature and being able to switch between family accounts easily to see recordings. Look forward to comparing this to the upcoming Directv Now. The PS Vue credentials work on all the channel standalone apps for away from home streaming and on Apple TV. Will be interesting as more competitors enter, how each service decides to standout among the rest
Thanks for that. I had actually done that earlier but didn't catch the local vs network logos. Unfortunately, only CBS available for me, which pretty much kills my interest. I can't get OTA in my condo (too much interference/weak signal), so whatever service I use has to have local channels.On the Playstation Vue website, enter your ZIP Code (click on the pin icon in the upper right corner). The first channels that show up in the listing will either be the On Demand icons for the networks, or the station logos for your own locals.
You can check by clicking the map pin in the upper right corner of their page. But I *believe* Chicago has all the live locals (CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX). That does increase the cost, however.This looks interesting. I have been over to the PSVue website trying to figure out if I can get local live channels in my area but can't find that info anywhere. Does anyone have a link to somewhere I can put in my zip code or tell me if the Chicago area has live locals?
After seeing your post, I went back to check as I thought I might have only been looking at the lowest tier. But the results looked the same. Channel 2 (CBS) is there, but the rest (ABC, NBC, FOX) look to be on-demand (no channel #'s associated with there symbol like for CBS).You can check by clicking the map pin in the upper right corner of their page. But I *believe* Chicago has all the live locals (CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX). That does increase the cost, however.