I had Youtube TV & Philo but dropped YT TV when the price increased. They did add 8 channels but not one of them move me. I am curently using Direct TV Now until the end of the month. I got a deal offer so I went with it and it's not bad but they lost channels and added HBO. They no longer carry NFL net so that's the kicker for me.
I will stick with Philo and then probably switch to Hulu before football season starts. I can't get locals with an antenna because of trees & hills.
Fubu has upped its game and its price, it went up $10 to $55 a month but now only has one bundle (they also added Viacom channels) all the rest are sports packages, HBO,or Cinemax add-ons Fubu does not carry ESPN channels but if you love soccer this is for you.
Disney+ just announced it new streaming service which will start in November for $7 a month or $70 for 12 months. It will have all its content dating back to 1937 on there.
Disney bought out AT&T's 10% it had of Hulu, so Disney now owns 66% of Hulu and Comcast the other 33%. This could mean a price increase down the road for Hulu to keep AT&T programs on there.
Google and Amazon made a truce so now you can access Youtube TV on a firestick.
Another streaming service called Simply Streaming will be expanding nationwide which only streams local channels. It is only in the north western & great lakes areas now. It will offer good opportunities for local businesses and may carry local sports. I have not found that out yet.
I had Sling TV and too many technical issues with it so I switched plus it doesn't carry locals. They are still offering 40% off for new users $15 a month or $25 for blue & orange for 3 months but you cannot use the free trial.