This is from an email I received from FierceCable: Hulu recentlyLog In the imminent launch of its live TV streaming service, and now new details are leaking out about different pricing tiers for the service. According to Cord Cutter News, which obtained a survey Hulu is sending out to select subscribers, the basic package will start at $35 and will allow streaming to only one in-home device or mobile device. A $50 option allows for streaming to multiple devices. Both plans will include 20 hours of DVR storage and either live or on-demand access to ABC, NBC, FOX and CBS -- which is notable because CBS has yet to be mentioned along with the other big networks in early reports about content deals for the new service. It appears that around 80 channels -- including AMC, ESPN, TBS, TNT and USA -- will be included with the $35 package. I currently have basic Hulu, and have considered adding SlingTV, because of the local channels and some of the lower end cable channels and $5 add on packages. It seems I'll have to see what comes of Hulu's new package, and how it really shapes up, because that may suit my needs better. Stay tuned to see what happens. I'm hearing more and more people who are displeased with their cable providers, and these types of offerings are what I've been asking my cable provider for over the past several years, and they obviously don't care to retain customers at that level of service. 80 channels, assuming at least some of them are ones I'm interested in, sounds like a good deal for $35.