The NFL is making Salt TV available to all fans this weekend on its new streaming service.
The Salt TV service is a subscription-based streaming service that offers sports programming for less than $20 per month.
It’s similar to what you get from a TV provider like Dish or AT&T.
The new service comes with a variety of sports content and the ability to stream to any device you want, including Roku, Apple TV, Xbox One, Chromecast, Apple Watch, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TVs, and Android TV devices.
This will be the first time that any sports channel is available on the streaming service, which is powered by the NFL Network.
Salt TV’s new streaming package includes NFL Network and the NFL app.
To access the service, you will need a DirecTV Now subscription.
The NFL app will also be available on Salt TV.
Salt Radio, which has been available for several years, has also been made available for a few months now.
The service is similar to the NFL Radio app, which you can sign up for through your Dish or DirecTv Now subscription service.
Salt Radio is also available on Roku, but that service has a price tag of $19 per month for a subscription that includes a sports channel.
The premium service comes at a premium price of $24 per month, though you can upgrade to a plan with $10 off per month if you sign up in advance.
You can sign-up for a free trial for Salt TV at Salt TV’s website, but it doesn’t include a full subscription.
You can also sign up as a paying subscriber at the Salt TV site.
The only other sports channel available on this subscription is the NFL Game Pass, which costs $12 per month to access through a digital subscription service like Apple TV.
The other sports channels available on a standard cable or streaming service are NFL Network, CBS Sports, ESPN Radio, ESPN Classic, Fox Sports 1, and Fox Sports Live.