Vidgo is a live TV streaming service that includes live entertainment, lifestyle, news, and sports channels for only $40/month.
The service has locals from ABC and FOX in select markets, as well as entertainment channels from A&E Networks, Disney, Discovery, Viacom, and sports channels like beIN Sports, ESPN, ESPNU, Fox Sports 1, NFL Network, NFL RedZone, and Pac-12 Network
The biggest knock on the service is that it doesn’t have a DVR or support on-demand for now. If you are looking to subscribe to a more full featured service today, we suggest checking out Hulu Live TV for a full streaming service or Philo for a similarly priced entertainment-only option with an Unlimited DVR.
No Cloud DVR
Unfortunately, Vidgo does not include a DVR. The company plans to launch a Cloud DVR in the coming months, but it may be an additional fee.
Up to 3 Devices
Vidgo allows you to stream on up to 3 devices simultaneously.
TV Everywhere Apps
Currently, Vidgo doesn’t support TV Everywhere. In order to watch Vidgo channels, you must watch via their apps.
No On Demand
The service doesn’t currently have on-demand support, but is planning to add the feature in the next few months.
Vidgo is compatible with these devices:
Top Cable Channels
Vidgo offers top cable channels from A&E Networks, AMC Networks, Discovery/Scripps, Hallmark, and Viacom.
You get 23 of the top 35 cable channels as part of the English National plan. The top 35 cable channels are listed below.
National Sports Channels
Other Sports Channels
Vidgo doesn’t currently offer the ability to add premium channels.
- Most shows will stream in 720p HD.
- Don’t expect Dolby Digital 5.1, but should have stereo audio.
- Will offer adaptive streaming to match network connection.
(Up to 1080p HD)
While most streams are available in 720p HD, some shows may stream in 1080p HD.
To reduce playback interruptions, Spectrum will adapt the stream quality to match your network connection.
It is unlikely Vidgo will offer Dolby Digital 5.1, but all shows and movies will stream with stream with stereo audio.
We recommend for these services having at least a 1.5 Mbps internet connection for standard definition content (480p).
For High Definition (HD) content, they require 3 Mbps (720p HD) or 6 Mbps (1080p HD).