Sony launches new TV streaming service

By Cody Schultz - News Producer
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HOUSTON - Sony is catering to cord-cutters with its new streaming service.

The company launched the service, Playstation Vue, in New York, Chicago and Philadelphia Wednesday. Consumers in those cities who own a Playstation 3 or 4 can stream movies and programming from 85 channels, including CBS, Fox, NBC, Discovery, Turner and Viacom.

The various packages run from $50 to $70 a month with no contract. Sony said additional cities, possibly Houston, will be added later this year.

Target is rolling out a very generous returns program. The company extended its return policy to one year on all of its in-house brands, like Cherokee and Threshold. It used to be just 90 days. Target said the move is to give customers additional assurance on the quality of the brands.

Houston is one of the hardest-working cities in America. Houstonians put in an average of 43 hours and 44 minutes each week, in addition to an average commute time of 4 hours and 33 minutes each week. Houston was ranked fourth hardest-working city, behind only New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C.


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