I ran into trouble with the Directvnow. They raised every subscriber $10 as anonymously as they could by burying the notice in an email. They could not deliver CBS due to a contract dispute and they changed their packages without notification. What I bought in February for $45 had become $65 and still did not have all the locals as promised. Therefore I switched to HULU which I have found to have a better picture, sharper, and with all the locals I wanted. The only channels I didn't get were the Hallmark Movies which for the Cockprincess are mandatory. I can and will buy about 5 channels of Hallmark for $5.99 a month which when coupled with HULU at $45 then the new price for services to replace Directvnow will be $50.99 compared to DTV price of $65 and this service is better and has more content. I stream to dumb TVs with ROKU Streaming Sticks. ROKU, after you buy the sticks, is free and is portable.
Another bit of info is that if you are a ROKU subscriber and buy ESPN+ and I assume most everybody on here has ESPN+ already. You can then activate ESPN+ through the ESPN portal on ROKU and at any given time you will get every signal being televised live by ESPN anywhere, including SEC channel, plus they are constantly broadcasting replays of various events some of which may interest you. Also through a free YOUTUBE portal on ROKU, you can watch historical Gamecock Sports all day every day if that is what you want. I watch Clowney shake Murray like a ragdoll about once a week and seeing Gilmore shut down Julio from the 2010 game is almost as good.
So I now have every portal for sports that I know about on my two TVs because of having ROKU & HULU & ESPN+ not to mention for her, 5 channels of Hallmark goop. HULU has CBS All Access, FS1, FS2, SEC, CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, Golf and some other obscure stuff. Also, all these services give you APPs for phone & tablet along with the travel attribute of ROKU, you can access your services anywhere you have internet access which is fast enough.
I have SiriusXM now in both vehicles and both phones and any computer with only one account. Their new offering for the Select package gives you that kind of flexibility and I only pay $35 every six months for all of that. Plenty of sports on SiriusXM. Hint. Get their app on your phone then connect your phone by blue tooth to any car radio so equipped and you can play SiriusXM programming without having an account for the car.
I am now confident that if a football game is televised I will have the needed access to view it or at worst if traveling where video won't function by phone, I can listen. Go Gamecocks!!!