NFL Network launches on PlayStation Vue ahead of football season

NFL RedZone Season Pass is also available on Sony's TV service for cord cutters.
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Last month, Sony announced that NFL Network and its RedZone channel for keeping up with scoring plays would arrive on PlayStation Vue before the start of the season. Well, the time has come. The company announced today that those two channels are now live on the service for Core and Elite subscribers. Those two tiers are priced at $35 a month and $45 a month, respectively, but if local channels are available in your area you'll have to pay $10 more. If you're interested in that RedZone add-on, you'll need to hand over $40 for the entire season.

Sony says subscribers will also get access to NFL Network on the web, through the NFL app on streaming devices and on the NFL Mobile app at no additional charge. However, that access isn't available just yet ("coming soon") and there's no word on when users can expect it. Just as a refresher, PlayStation Vue is available on PS4, PS3, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku and both iOS and Android mobile devices. What's more, you can use the service's cloud-based DVR to record multiple games if you can't tune in live.
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