Hate sports? There's about to be an internet TV bundle for that

Hate sports? There's about to be an internet TV bundle for that
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