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OTT Video Index

Acorn TV

Price: $4.99/month or $49.99/year
Content: British television series
Access points: acorn.tv, Apple TV, iPhones, iPads, Roku, Samsung smart TVs and Blu-ray players, and select mobile devices
Launched: July 2011


Price: Free (ad-supported)
Content: User-generated content, original series, and movies, including 200 catalog films from Lionsgate
Access points: Break.com, Break.com app (Android and iOs), Roku and Xbox
Launched: 1998 as Bog-boys.com

CBS All Access

Price: $5.99/month
Content: Live local CBS content in 117 U.S. markets
Access points: Apple TV, CBS.com, CBS app (Android and iOS), Chromecast, FireTV, Roku and Xbox 360
Launched: Oct. 16, 2014


Price: Free (ad-supported)
Content: The first digital streaming news network for live, anchored news coverage
Access points: Android TV, Apple TV, CBSNews.com, CBS app (Android and iOS), Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One and select connected TVs
Launched: Nov. 6, 2014


Price: Free (ad-supported) or $6.99/month (no ads)
Content: Comic-Con friendly content such as horror, sci-fi, anime, martial arts and cult films
Access points: ConTV.com, ConTV app (Android and iOS), Roku, Samsung smart TVs, Xbox and more
Launched: March 2015 by Cinedigm and Wizard World


Price: Free (ad-supported)
Content: movies, TV shows and original series
Access points: Apple TV, Crackle.com, Crackle app (Android and iOS), Fire TV, PlayStation, Sprint TV, T-Mobile TV, Verizon VCAST, VuClip and select connected TVs
Launched: 2004 as Grouper.com; acquired in 2006 by Sony Pictures Entertainment


Price: £9.99/month (U.K.) and $125/year (China)
Content: Disney’s first direct-to-consumer service offering access to catalog Disney TV shows, movies (including Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm productions), music and audiobooks
Access points: Android TV, Apple, Chromecast, DisneyLife.com and DisneyLife app (Android and iOS)
Launched: Nov. 24, 2015, in the United Kingdom and Dec. 15, 2015, in China

Docurama Channel

Price: Free (ad-supported)
Content: Documentary film and TV shows
Access points: Docurama app (Android and iOS), Fire TV, Opera TV, Roku, Samsung tablets, smart TVs (Samsung, Sony, RCA, Humax), TiVo Roamio, Western Digital TV, and Xbox 360
Launched: May 20, 2014, by Cinedigm

Dove Channel

Price: $4.99/month
Content: Family friendly, faith-based and children’s movies and TV shows that have The Dove Foundation’s Dove Seal of Approval
Access points: Dovechannel.com, Dove Channel app (Android and iOS), and Roku
Launched: Sept. 15, 2015, by Cinedigm


Price: $4.99/month and $9.99/month plans
Content: Korean dramas, Latin American telenovelas, and a wide selection of Asian TV shows and movies from 60 content partners across 12 countries
Access points: AppleTV, DramaFever.com, Chromecast, DramaFever app (Android and iOs), Xbox 360
Launched: 2009


Price: $3.99/month or $23.99 annually
Content: Heartfelt movies and TV series of love and togetherness, including Hallmark Hall of Fame movies
Access points: Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Feeln app (Android and iOS), Fire TV, Kindle Fire, Roku, Samsung TV and Blu-ray players and Xbox 360
Launched: 2007


Price: $14.99/moth
Content: All HBO series, movies, documentaries, sports and comedy specials
Access points: Android TV, Apple TV, Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, HBO Now app (Android and iOS), and Roku
Launched: April 7, 2015

Lifetime Movie Channel

Price: $3.99/month
Content: A revolving line-up of 30 made-for-TV movies targeting women; titles cannot be seen [concurrently???] on Lifetime’s linear channel
Access points: iPhone, iPad and Roku
Launched: July 2, 2015, by A+E Networks


Price: $24.99 off season, $130 annually
Content: Regular season and post-season Major League Baseball games, select spring training games
Access points: Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, MLB.tv, MLB.tv app (Android and iOS) PlayStation, Roku, TiVo, Xbox, and select connected devices (LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, and Western Digital)
Launched: 1995 as an audio-only service


Price: $5.99/month
Content: Long- and short-form content for pre-schoolers
Access points: Apple TV, Noggin app (Android and iOS)
Launched: March 5, 2015, by Nickelodeon

PlayStation Vue

Price: $49.99/month, $54.99/month, and $64.99/month plans
Content: 50+, 60+ and 85+ channel bundles
Access points: Chromecast, Fire TV, Fire Stick, iPhone, iPad, PlayStation
Launched: June 15, 2015, in select markets


Price: Free (ad-supported)
Content: Popular movies, TV shows, and original series
Access points: Popcornflix.com, Popcornflix app (Android and iOS), PlayStation, Roku, Xbox and other streaming media devices
Launched: March 2011 by Screen Media


Price: $3.99/month
Content: Original, exclusive, and classic comedy content, including stand-up, late night and TV series from NBC
Access points: Seeso.com and other yet-to-named connected devices and partners
Launched: Beta-launched Dec. 3, 2015, by NBC Universal

Shout! Factory TV

Price: Free (ad-supported)
Content: Cult TV shows, movies, comedy, and original specials
Access points: Shoutfactorytv.com, Roku
Launched: Feb. 5, 2015

Showtime OTT

Price: $10.99/month, $8.99/month (PlayStation Plus members), or $16.98/month (bundled with Hulu Plus)
Content: All Showtime’s programming
Access points: Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, Kindle Fire, PlayStation Vue, Roku, Showtime.com, Showtime Anytime app (Android and iOS)
Launched: July 7, 2015


Price: $4.99/month, $49.99/year
Content: Curated horror content
Access points: Shudder.com, Shudder app (Android and iOS) and Roku
Launched: July 15, 2015, by AMC Networks

Sling TV

Price: $20/month with add-ons available for $5/month; add HBO for $15/month
Content: The industry’s first skinny bundle features 23 pay-TV channels
Access points: Chromecast, iOS, Fire TV, Roku, Sling.com, Sling Television app (Android and iOS), Xbox One
Launched: Feb. 9, 2015, by Dish Network

Spectrum TV

Price: $29.99/month when bundled 
Content: 200+ channels
Access points: For Charter broadband-only subscribers on the Spectrum TV app (Android and iOS), Roku
Launched: Oct. 12, 2015, by Charter

Stream TV

Price: $15/month + taxes and fees
Content: Live TV from channels including HBO, ABC, CBS, CW, FOX, NBC, PBS and Univision; other channels vary by region
Access points: For Comcast Xfinity Internet subcribers only in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and Chicago; nationwide rollout planned in 2016
Launched: Nov. 11, 2015, by Comcast

Tribeca Shortlist

Price: $5.99/month
Content: Movies curated by actors and directors
Access points: Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku, Tribecashortlist.com, Tribeca Shortlist app (iOS); coming to Apple TV, Android and other devices in 2016
Launched: Oct. 1, 2015, by Lionsgate and Tribeca Film Festival


Price: Free to Time Warner Cable TV subscribers
Content: Thousands of TV shows and movies
Access points: Kindle Fire, Roku, Samsung smart TV, TimeWarnerCable.com, TWC TV app (Android and iOS) and Xbox
Launched: October 2015; currently beta-testing in New York and New Jersey by Time Warner Cable

Urban Movie Channel

Price: $4.99/month or $49.99/year
Content: New and catalog urban movies
Access points: Apple TV, Urbanmoviechannel.com, Roku
Launched: Nov. 5, 2014, by RLJ Entertainment

Univision Now

Price: $5.99/month or $59.99/month
Content: Spanish-language live broadcast of Univision and UniMás networks, including telenovelas, sports, news and award shows
Access points: UnivisionNow.com, Univision Now app (Android and iOS) Web,
Launched: Nov. 18, 2015

Verizon Go90

Price: Free (ad-supported)
Content: Live and on-demand content, including movies, TV shows and 35 original series
Access points: go90 app (Android and iOS)
Launched: Oct. 1, 2015

Warner Archive Instant

Price: $9.99/month, $47.99/six months or $84.99/year
Content: Classic TV and rare movies from Warner Bros., MGM, RKO, and Allied Artists
Access points: Instant.WarnerArchive.com, Warner Archive Instant (iOS), Roku
Launched: April 2, 2013


Price: Free (ad-supported)
Content: A curated selection of content from other popular online video sites and networks
Access points: Watchable.com
Launched: Sept. 29, 2015, by Comcast

YouTube Red

Price: $9.99/month (includes access to Google Play Music)
Content: 10 original series featuring largely user-generated “Internet stars.”
Access points: Android TV, Apple TV Chromecast, PlayStation Wii U, Roku, Xbox, YouTube and YouTube Gaming apps (Android and iOS) and select smart TVs. Videos can be saved to YouTube app for offline viewing.
Launched: Oct. 28, 2015

Upcoming OTT channels in 2016:


Updated: Dec. 21, 2015

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