Showtime Standalone Video Service Coming to Roku and Sony PlayStation Vue

This image provided by Roku shows the "My Feed" screen from the built-in Roku streaming TV service on a Sharp television.  Some TVs from Sharp and Insignia will come with Roku’s streaming TV offerings built-in. Roku is now adding 43- and 50-inch screens from Sharp and 32- and 55-inch models from Insignia, which is Best Buy’s in-house brand. (AP Photo/Roku)
This image provided by Roku shows the “My Feed” screen from the built-in Roku streaming TV service on a Sharp television.  (AP Photo/Roku)

Mike Snider, USA TODAY

 

 

(USA Today) — Showtime’s new standalone Net video offering will be hitting Roku set-top boxes and Sony’s PlayStation Vue service next month -— at the same time as it does on Apple devices.

The CBS-owned premium network last week announced that the new service, simply called Showtime, will cost $10.99 monthly and would be available in July on Apple TV and other Apple devices including iPhones and iPads, as well as on computers on Showtime.com. However, CBS CEO Les Moonves and Showtime chairman and CEO Matt Blank said additional platforms would be announced.

 

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