Sony is shutting down its PlayStation Vue TV streaming service on January 30, 2020 due to what it describes as "expensive content and network deals" in the competitive Pay TV industry.
After offering the PlayStation Vue Slim package for quite some time, Sony has decided to ditch the channel bundle, in favor of a higher-priced offering. This change will cost users an additional $10.
After recently launching on Android TV, and PC and Mac via the web, Sony's PlayStation Vue streaming TV service is now available on Apple TV, although Viacom's channels were removed last week.
Sony has announced that it is removing all Viacom-owned networks from its PlayStation Vue streaming TV service on November 11 - but it's also added BBC America and NBA TV to its line-up from today.
After recently expanding support for its internet television service, PlayStation Vue, to Android TV devices, Sony has now enabled the service to run on PC and Mac via a web browser.
Sony has released PlayStation Vue for Android TV devices, and has announced that it will also be made available on the web for PC and Mac, although a date for that is yet to be revealed.