For decades, TV consumers have had to pay a premium for sports whether they want to or not.
A new bundle could end all that.
A group of cable companies are banding together to introduce a new streaming service that will feature cable TV content without sports, a proposition that has been rumored for months.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday evening that Discovery, Viacom, AMC, A+E and Scripps—which together control a variety of the major cable channels—have reached an agreement and that its new service will see a "soft launch" in the next few weeks.
The service is slated to cost less than $20 a month, a competitive price to other options that tend to cost around $35. SlingTV is among the cheapest with a $20 plan. Read more...More about Sports, Streaming Media, Cord Cutters, Cord Cutting, and Business