The streaming television landscape is becoming more and more crowded. Though it’s a good thing for those looking for new content to watch (cord-cutters and cable TV subscribers alike), the sheer amount of options can also be bewildering. Enter the Los Angeles Times which has quickly broken down the pricing and offerings of some of the most popular and lesser known services.
They write, “More than 100 Internet video streaming services are now available, and traditional media companies are joining the fray. Here are some of the most popular services.”