Sling TV addresses one of its biggest problems with debut of a streaming service for multiple device

Sling TV, the DISH-owned online streaming service that promises live TV via the internet, has been plagued with one serious problem since launch: you could only stream [sic] to one device at a time. Today, the company is attempting to address that issue with the launch of a new “multi-stream” service, now in beta, that lets you stream live TV to up to three devices at a time, […] At launch, however, the selection is limited to a handful of networks owned by FOX, including broadcast channels (in some markets), FOX Sports, FX, and National Geographic, along with optional add-ons like AMC, A&E, HBO, Turner, Scripps, EPIX and Univision. – Sarah Perez, TechCrunch