I forgot what thread I started doing this but here is the updated list now that YouTube TV has dropped Fox Sports West, Fox Sports Prime Ticket and YES Network as of March 5, 2020.
It is, arguably the best of the cable/sat replacement streamers. But the 'couple' of specific markets with missing RSNs are very big markets, possibly even the 2 biggest markets.So unless you are in a couple of specific markets, at $50 per month YTTV still looks like a pretty good deal.
It has to do with the fact AT&T does not have streaming rights to the NHL, that is why only Southwest launched on FuboTV. Well the Denver feed does not carry any NHL the Utah & Vegas feeds of Rocky Mountain do. (Golden Knights) In theory could of launched it in the Denver area only but it has not happened yet.Can't figure why AT&T TV doesn't carry its own AT&T Sportnets? AT&T Sportnet Rocky Mountain (Rockies) is not available on any streaming service. If Comcast drops it this summer (rumor) DirecTV will be the only way for me to get it.
Is this chart specifically for in-market as opposed to out of market availability?
I'll have to try out the free trial on Hulu Live TV as DirecTV, Marquee, and MLB all say I am out of the Cubs footprint this year (this year is the first year I have never been in the Cubs footprint) while Hulu Live TV says my zip code will get Marquee.For those in the Cubs TV footprint, Marquee is now live on HuluLive live.
What state are you in?I'll have to try out the free trial on Hulu Live TV as DirecTV, Marquee, and MLB all say I am out of the Cubs footprint this year (this year is the first year I have never been in the Cubs footprint) while Hulu Live TV says my zip code will get Marquee.