SlingTV is going to be a staple for millions of Americans.
That’s because it has been available in more than 80 million homes, a large majority of them in the US.
This includes a number of homes that have been purchased from retailers and online.
But for those that are not yet equipped with the new SlingGo streaming service, the service is on the horizon.
“We have a long way to go,” Sling CEO Jim Meyer said.
“But I think we are very close to the end of the road in terms of the rollout.”
He also emphasized that there is still a long road to go.
He said that he doesn’t want to take away from what people have been enjoying for years, which is the streaming service’s ability to bring viewers and subscribers closer together.
“It’s a fantastic platform,” Meyer said of Sling.
“We know we have to continue to improve it to make it more convenient, more engaging and more personalized.”
The SlingNow app was announced in February, but has not yet been launched.
Sling will roll out its app to millions of homes over the next few months, and the company expects to roll out a full streaming service for all of its cable subscribers.
That could be sometime in 2019, but Meyer said he has not been specific about what the launch will be.