In some markets (including where I'm at in Michigan), Vue customers are going to have their prices go around August or September.
The current services for streaming sporting content seem to be:
The two newest services for streaming are:
Hulu w/Live TV
*Comparison of the 5 services with special sports related discussion
The winner for sports related content is...YouTube TV by a longshot. Owned by Google they seem to have put a huge emphasis on sports content. ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, ESPN News, SEC Network, CBS Sports Network, CSN, NBC Sports Network, Fox Sports, BTN, FS1, and FS2. $35/month
The runner-up is Hulu...in addition to a good sports lineup & other channels you apparently get access to their on-demand library, which is VERY extensive and has older content that is hard to find (i.e. seasons of The Outer Limits or Night Gallery, etc) $40/month
YouTube TV & Hulu both offer free trials.
Is anyone currently using YouTubeTV or Hulu Live? Haven't seen any comments on these in past cord cutting threads.