The Seattle-based Sonics will soon be bringing its TV streaming streaming service on-demand to all its customers in the US, in a move that may be the first step toward a full-fledged cable-like service.
The service will launch with the Sonics TV app, which will allow Sonics fans to stream any of their favorite Sonics shows and events live or via streaming video on demand.
Sonics TV will also allow users to stream content through other apps, including MLB.tv and NBA TV.
Sonics President Chris Bassett said the Sonos TV app is expected to launch in the coming weeks.
The Sonics have previously launched a premium version of their Sonics App called Sonics.tv, but this new service will be the full-blown Sonics-branded TV service.
Sonos’ goal with this new TV service is to offer more premium content to fans.
“We want to create a service where we want to build that loyalty and connection and understanding of the Sonins that they are a part of,” Bassett told Next Big Game.
“So this is something that we’re working on right now.
It’s just the first of many steps we’re going to take.”
Sonics’ TV streaming app will not be available on Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, or Linux, and the service will not launch on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV Stick, Chromecast, Apple TVs, Chromebox, or Fire TV Stick.
Sonic TV will be available in the Sonic US network, Sonics UK network, and Sonics Asia network.
The Sonics’ Sonic App, which is available on iOS, Android, and Windows devices, will be free for all users.
Sonos will also be launching a free online TV subscription service called Sonos.tv that will let users stream up to 60 hours of Sonics content online in the comfort of their own homes.
The new service, called Sonico, will not include streaming video from cable providers like AT&T, Comcast, or DirecTV.
Sonic TV’s US launch will come as a relief to cable subscribers, who have been facing problems with their service due to network congestion, low speeds, and other technical issues.
Sonico has been a slow start for cable companies and their customers.
Sonico has a limited rollout.
Its launch will take place on February 26, but customers can sign up for the service through the company’s Sonico app and pay for the Sonico service via credit card at a discounted rate of $10.
Soni’s Sonic app will be updated with Sonic.tv content on February 28, and subscribers will be able to watch content live through Sonico on the Soni App.
Sonica will be one of Sonichips biggest launches to date.
The company will also launch Sonichip Music, a music service that includes music from Sonic, as well as an upcoming TV app.
Sonichips streaming service is not expected to cost cable companies anything extra, though.
Sonichipps, which also owns SiriusXM, Dish Network, and Direcarts, has also said it would be willing to pay for premium TV services to be part of the new Sonics service.
Sonchips streaming services will also support cable and satellite television services like Comcast’s Xfinity TV and DireCable.
Soni’s streaming service will also provide access to other premium streaming services, including HBO GO, Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime.