The Dish Network has been rolling out video streaming services for some time now, but this time around, the company is taking it a step further with a new service called Big Brother.
The company said in a blog post on Wednesday that Big Brother is a new channel for the streaming service that will be available to subscribers in select areas.
The service will cost $10.99 a month, or $9.99 for a year, and will allow subscribers to watch up to two hours of streaming content each day.
The streaming service will be hosted by Dish Network’s network, and the network is not affiliated with Dish Network.
Dish Networks blog post about Big Brother network: Big brother networkThe service will offer more than 30 channels, including the new Big Brother, Big Brother Live and Big Brother Series.
Each channel will be curated by the network to ensure that each show is best suited for individual viewing and will have an “authentic” look, according to the blog post.
The service is available in areas where Dish Network operates, such as California, Florida, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Dish Network also announced plans to expand its network of local news outlets, which will offer local programming on Dish Network as well as other local networks such as MSNBC.
The news outlets are expected to launch in the coming weeks.
Dishes video streaming website is still live, but the blog entry does not say when or where it will be launched.
Dish Networks blogpost about Big Brothers video streaming site: Big brothers networkThe new channel will allow Dish Network subscribers to stream content to their mobile devices through the Dish Network app and the Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV Stick.
This will also work with Dish’s other popular streaming devices, the Fire TV Stick and Apple TVs, Dish Network said.
The Big Brother app will allow users to add and manage their feeds and schedules.
A menu will be presented to users that will allow them to view a feed or schedule of their choice.
Users can also view and control the channel through the app, with content choices such as “Show me all” or “Watch now.”
The service comes on the heels of a $3.5 billion deal between Dish Network and Hulu.