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What Do You Stream On?

When you become a DISH® subscriber, you’ll get all the extras. DISH TV gives you the power to pair your DISH subscription
with your favorite streaming stick so you can log into the best apps available and access bonus content, movies,
games, programs, and more!

DISH + Roku Streaming Stick DISH plus Roku

DISH + learn more about Roku

With the Roku® quad core, dual-band wireless streaming stick you can stream anything from movies and TV shows to news, live sports, and music. The player is portable, comes with a remote, and connects through your HDMI portal—operating via wireless internet. It also features an app you can download on your phone that functions as a remote with voice commands.

Roku has over 450,000 apps you can download that give you extra content not available on traditional television. Simply download the apps you want and use your DISH login username and password to watch behind-the-scenes footage from your favorite prime time TV show or see interviews with your favorite stars.


ROKU APPS COMPATIBLE WITH YOUR DISH LOGIN

HBO GO, ESPN, SHOWTIME, CNN, FOX NOW, ABC, A&E, Starz!, Freeform, Disney, NBA, History Channel, Lifetime, National Geographic, Cooking Channel, DIY Network, Epix


DISH + Amazon Fire TV Stick DISH plus Amazon Fire TV Stick

DISH + learn more about Amazon Fire TV Stick

The Amazon® FireTV Stick connects via wireless internet and plugs right into your HDTV. You can use the Alexa Voice Remote to save time searching for your favorite apps and programs or ask the program to play your favorite music. Prime members get access to thousands of free movies, TV shows, and original series.

If you love the Dish Anywhere App, but you’re tired of watching your favorite shows on your phone or tablet, then you’re in luck. The Dish Anywhere App is now compatible with Amazon FireTV Stick. Download the app to your Amazon FireTV Stick to get all your favorite DISH entertainment out of your hands and onto your TV.

Amazon gives users access to over 10,000 apps, games, and programs not usually available on traditional television. Stream DISH Network by finding the apps you want, and use your DISH username and password to log in. You’ll get instant access to bonus features like the ESPN critical analysis of your favorite sports teams, games, and playoffs, as well as interviews with the best athletes in the business.


AMAZON FIRE TV APPS COMPATIBLE WITH YOUR DISH LOGIN

HBO GO, ESPN, SHOWTIME, CNN, FOX NOW, ABC, A&E, Starz!, Freeform, Disney, NBA, History Channel, Lifetime, National Geographic, Cooking Channel, DIY Network, Epix, Dish Anywhere


DISH + Chromecast DISH plus Chromecast

DISH + learn more about Chromecast

Google’s Chromecast device connects to your HDMI portal on your TV and uses wireless internet to stream content straight from your phone, tablet, or laptop computer. By using your smartphone as a remote, you can watch YouTube videos, download apps, listen to music, and much more.

Chromecast offers over 200,000 TV shows and movies, 30 million songs, and numerous apps you can access at your leisure. Use your DISH Network subscription username and password to log into qualifying apps and watch featured content not available on television. Use apps like DisneyJunior to help your kids play educational games, watch old episodes of their favorite show, and see clips and trailers for upcoming Disney movies.


CHROMECAST TV APPS COMPATIBLE WITH YOUR DISH LOGIN

Showtime, FOX NOW, Starz!, Epix


Streaming Sticks vs. Streaming Box

compare streaming sticks vs streaming boxes

Streaming sticks are affordable, lightweight, portable, and offer an easy way to stream with a discreet connection behind your TV. Streaming sticks are easier to install than boxes and don’t require cables, getting their power from USB ports.

  • Experience the same interface as a streaming box, for half the price.
  • Take it on business, on family trips, or switch it to different TVs in your home.
  • They are less expensive, running from $35, $39, and $50, respectively.
compare streaming boxes vs streaming sticks

Streaming boxes hold more data and have more power. But they’re more expensive. Boxes also connect via the Ethernet cable, which makes them a little more reliable for an uninterrupted connection while you’re watching your favorite shows. They feature an optical audio out port, which makes for better sound quality.

  • Accommodate more storage, apps, and advanced games
  • HD quality, with less interruption in connectivity