Dish TV has announced it will launch its standalone “Antenna TV Service,” a service that will allow people to stream a large variety of live sports and other content directly to their TVs.
The service is expected to launch sometime in the first quarter of 2021, and Dish TV announced the service today during a conference call.
It will also offer a set-top box for the service, and its “Antena TV” app will be made available to those who don’t have a set top box.
Dish TV, which currently has an online and mobile TV service, has announced plans to launch its own TV service in 2019.
That service, which has yet to be announced, will bring the same service, apps, and video content as the standalone service, but with a new name.
The new name is the Dish TV Now.
The company says it is launching the service as a way to address a need in today’s entertainment-driven world, which sees a large number of consumers and sports teams streaming live and exclusive sporting events.
“Antenna TVs are a great solution for those of us who love watching live sports, but have trouble watching sports on our big screen TVs, which have gotten so big and complicated,” Dish TV CEO Brian Roberts said in a statement.
“Antennas have gotten way too big and complex for a TV.
We wanted to give our customers a simple and affordable solution that would let them get the sports they love and get to the games they love without having to build a new box or upgrade to a big screen.”
The service will work with the Dish Sport app, which is already available on the App Store.
It should also work with a variety of Dish TV apps, including Dish TV Sports, Dish TV Channel, DishTV.com, Dish Network, Dish One, and the Dish App.
The Dish TV One app will provide access to sports and entertainment programming from Dish TV’s major networks, including ESPN, TBS, AMC, TNT, Disney, Cartoon Network, Cartoon, Nickelodeon, Adult Swim, Cartoon Club, and more.
Dish TV will also provide its own content on the service and a separate app called D-Box, which will allow users to watch all of the content from its network on the home TV.
The app will also include a new feature that allows users to customize their own personalized feeds and games.
For example, the service will let users watch games on the Dish Sports app on the TV.
This is similar to what happened when the company introduced its DVR service, although the DVR feature is not available for the standalone antenna.
Roberts added that the service’s “Antna TV” apps are still in development, and there will be a separate subscription to add access to a broader array of channels and content.
“This is a service we want to be a part of the world, and we’re excited to be able help bring more people together with this one simple service,” Roberts said.
The standalone antenna is expected be available in 2019, and will be priced at $29.99 per month.
Dish has said it plans to offer a range of channels, including live sports on DirecTV Now, as well as ESPN, TNT and Cartoon Network.