PlayStation Vue is making notable changes to its channel lineup.
Starting this Friday, November 11, the service is removing all Viacom-owned networks, including Comedy Central, Spike and MTV.
Without providing a rationale for the change, Dwayne Benefield, vice president/head of PlayStation Vue, said in a blog post, “We have determined that removing the bundle of channels from Viacom is the best way for us to continue to offer the most compelling value to our fans.”
Instead, PlayStation Vue now offers BBC America and NBA TV, and will soon add Vice and more local broadcast stations from CBS and Fox.
PlayStation Vue offers four plans, ranging from $39.99 to $74.99 per month.
Visit www.psvue.com to learn more.
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