About a year ago Sony launched its online TV called PlayStation Vue. Service for a long time was limited territorially to several American cities. But now the Japanese concern has decided to increase its availability.
Consumers are increasingly turning away from cable and satellite television to Internet television, which is streaming services of popular channels through the global network. In the future, this form of television viewing will become even more popular, so more companies start their own services of this type.
They also include Sony, which launched PlayStation Vue in the United States about a year ago. Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco and Miami are now available, but can now be viewed by residents of all US cities.
PlayStation Vue is the only online streaming service that offers live local TV stations such as CBS, ABC, FOX, and NBC. Subscribers to the service also have access to all content broadcast by the stations mentioned on the site 24 hours after the broadcast.