Microsoft Corp. this week said it will offer Dish Network’s Sling TV, a new streaming-based internet TV service to Xbox One console owners via Xbox Live.

The company said the Xbox One is the first game console to offer the service and that Xbox Live subscribers will receive an extended one-month trial to preview the service at launch.

Sling TV will offer a range of channels including ESPN, ESPN2, Disney, Food Network, HGTV, TNT, CNN, TBS, Cartoon Network, and Adult Swim at $20 per month.

Additional channels will be available for an extra per-month fee.

The service will be available to smartphones, tablets, computers, Roku Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. streaming devices.

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