2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame Ceremony: Live Stream Guide

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On Saturday, August 8 at 7 p.m. ET, the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony takes place in Canton, Ohio. It will be a great event that will see eight new members inducted into the Hall of Fame, including Junior Seau, Jerome Bettis, Tim Brown, Charles Haley, Will Shields, Mike Tingelhoff, Ron Wolf, and Bill Polian. Every year, the ceremony is an exciting time for football fans to watch their favorite superstars and coaches give their speeches and take their spots in the Hall.

The 2015 Hall of Fame speeches and induction ceremony will be aired on ESPN. But if you don’t have cable, you’ll still be able to watch. There is a great, legal option for watching the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony without cable. Check out the complete NFL Hall of Fame stream guide below.

 

Watch The 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame Online with Sling TV

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I know what you’re thinking — the event is on ESPN, a cable channel, so how is it possible you can watch the ceremony online without resorting to illegal streams? Recently, a legal, cost-efficient option for streaming ESPN (and other popular channels) has been made available. It’s called Sling TV.

If you haven’t heard, Sling TV is a live streaming service backed by Disk Network (read my review here). It allows subscribers to stream live TV via the internet for a low price. Sling TV is only $20 per month, and you get over 20 popular channels normally not available without a cable subscription. The channels include ESPN, ESPN2, AMC, CNN, TNT, TBS, HGTV, and several others. The best part? Not only is Sling TV just $20  month, but there’s no contract. You pay month-to-month just like you do with Netflix and other popular streaming services.

Right now, Sling TV is offering a free 7-day trial. That means you can sign up for the free trial and watch the Pro Football Hall of Fame online without having to pay a cent. Click here to sign up for a free 7-day trial.

Since Sling TV launched in early 2015,  it has received a ton of praise, mostly because it offered one of the first viable options for streaming a variety of live sporting events. The live streaming service allows subscribers to use their internet connection to watch either directly on their TV by using a streaming device (such as the Roku 3 or Roku Streaming Stick) or on their phone, tablet, or computer.

If you’re an NFL fan, you may be interested to know that Sling TV is offering a special deal that will let you watch the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame, some upcoming NFL preseason games, and Monday Night Football throughout the regular season. Sling TV is running a limited-time offer of a free Roku Streaming Stick or 50% off a Roku 3 when you prepay for your first three months of service. Whichever streaming device you select will basically pay for itself over the three months, letting you watch everything Sling has to offer right on your TV.

Click here to learn more about Sling TV’s limited-time deals.

 

How to Stream NFL Action All Season Long

The NFL season is just around the corner, and now’s the time to start thinking about how you’re going to watch. Fortunately, there are several great, legal streaming options that will allow you to catch games all season long without cable TV. Click here to read my complete NFL streaming guide.

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