Pay $20/month for around 14 cable channels including HGTV, Food Network, Disney, CNN, TBS, TNT, and ESPN, delivered over the internet. One of the ways to view is on the Sling TV Roku channel. Sling is an offering of Dish Network, aimed at the 18-35 demographic. (Read Sling’s brief history at Wikipedia.)
This could be a supplement to over-the-air TV for cord-cutters. In our case (and by “our”, I mean “her”), the draw would be HGTV and Food Network. But the flagship channels for the targeted demographic are ESPN and ESPN2.
Don’t you be trying to skip the commercials; FF, Rewind and Pause buttons do not work on the key channels. And as Gene pointed out, if TBS is speeding up “Seinfeld”, you will get the speeded-up version, too. You are limited to watching on one device at a time.
It’s early days for internet TV packages.