Sling said on Friday that it was working on fixing the array of issues plaguing its streaming service, and it now says that it’s made some changes that “seem to have addressed many of the problems.” Speaking with Crave, a Sling spokesperson further added that the issues “were the result of a data migration process that, while carefully planned for a long time, still had a number of unexpected problems.” The spokesperson went on to note that while things have gotten better over the last 24 hours, “they aren’t nearly good enough for everyone yet” — something confirmed by a number of Sling users who are continuing to report problems on the official support forums today. So hang in there — things are getting better, slowly.
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