AT&T/DirecTV announced their cord-cutter service: DirecTV Now.
The official website for the service is devoid of content, so I'm grabbing from other sources:
Notable positives: HBO/Cinemax add-ons are only $5/mo each.
Notable negatives: "big" networks may or may not be available as live tv (gotta keep that OTA antenna going!). No CBS at all, no DVR capability ("coming in 2017"). There's something like a 72 hour "catch up" window where broadcast shows will be available and then I guess they are no longer available for viewing.
Channel Lineup. Plan tiers were named by some marketing SVP who wants to appeal to millenials I guess. Ya gotta GO BIG!
As it stands, this service isn't good enough for me to consider.