ESPN eyes Internet TV service - Silicon Valley Business Journal: "....Skipper told Bloomberg whomever ESPN worked with would have to buy "the whole suite of products. We're not going to offer one-offs," and said online provider would not get a break on carrier fees paid by cable and satellite TV companies.
More and more people are breaking away from traditional TV viewing to move toward streaming to laptops or mobile devices or set-top boxes such as Roku and Apple TV." (more at link above)
Popular streaming channels:Netflix: The king of movie and TV show streaming. $7.99/mo.
YouTube: User-submitted videos and some original programming. Free.
Hulu Plus: TV shows days after they air and some movies. $7.99/mo.
Amazon Prime: A strong Netflix competitor with other Amazon benefits. $79/year.
Crackle: Movies and TV mostly from Sony's library. Free.
Vudu: Movie rental site owned by Walmart. Fees per movie