IndustryPay television
FounderShane Cannon
HeadquartersSalt Lake City, Utah
Key people
Derek Mattsson (CEO), Bill Feininger (COO)
ServicesStreaming television

Vidgo is an American streaming television service that offers over 100 channels of English- and Spanish-language sports, news and general entertainment content. In addition to its live television packages, Vidgo offers a cloud-based digital video recorder and thousands of hours of on-demand programming.

Vidgo launched in 2018[1] as a streaming service focused on professional sports, primarily soccer,[2] to cord cutters. Over time, the service expanded to include agreements with major television content providers, including A+E Networks, the Walt Disney Company, Fox Corporation, Paramount Global, Sony Pictures Television and the Discovery side of the Warner Bros. Discovery portfolio of channels. Their number of subscribers was estimated to be between 25,000 and 100,000 as of 2021.[3]

In 2022, the company hired a new executive leadership team[4][5] and revamped its mission to provide entertainment, news and sports of interest[6] to the heartland of the United States.[7] It also relaunched its streaming app with a new color palette, logo and other interface improvements.[8]

In April 2023, Vidgo quietly raised the prices of two English-language packages.[9] The price puts Vidgo on the same footing as YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV and Fubo TV.

Programming partners

Vidgo has a number of programming partners that offer live channels and on-demand content through the service, including:

Supported devices

Vidgo is available on most popular smart television devices, including:

Channels and on-demand content are also available to stream through most popular web browsers, including Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, via the Vidgo website.


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  2. ^ "Vidgo offers soccer fans another low-cost streaming alternative". World Soccer Talk. August 2022. Retrieved 2022-10-18.
  3. ^ "YouTube TV Has 5 Million Subscribers... Or do They?". 14 July 2022.
  4. ^ Keys, Matthew (2022-10-17). "Vidgo announces new executive leadership, expanded tech capabilities (Press release)". The Desk. Retrieved 2022-10-18.
  5. ^ Reading 10/17/2022, News Wire Feed Light. "Vidgo appoints new CEO and COO". Light Reading. Retrieved 2022-10-18.((cite web)): CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  6. ^ Staff, S. V. G. (2022-09-12). "Vidgo Relaunches With More College Football Than Any Other Streaming Service". Sports Video Group. Retrieved 2022-10-18.
  7. ^ Keys, Matthew (September 7, 2022). "Vidgo chases Middle America cord-cutters with college sports, news". Fierce Video. Retrieved October 17, 2022.
  8. ^ Keys, Matthew (2022-11-13). "Vidgo rolls out refreshed app with new design, logo and colors". The Desk. Retrieved 2022-11-14.
  9. ^ Bouma, Luke (2023-04-10). "Vidgo Raises The Price of Their Live TV Streaming Service". Cord Cutters News. Retrieved 2023-04-11.