PlayStation Vue is losing its Viacom-owned channels on November 11, Sony has announced. That means that PlayStationVue subscribers can say goodbye to popular channels like Comedy Central, MTV, and Spike, among others. Viacom properties have been part of PlayStation Vue packages since the latter launched last spring. Presumably, this is a money issue. In a blog post announcing the decision, Sony said that the company “determined that removing the bundle of channels from Viacom is the best way for us to continue to offer the most compelling value to our fans.” Per Multichannel News, however, the price of PlayStation Vue will not be changing. It's not all bad news for PlayStation Vue subscribers: the service is adding some new channels on November 9, including BBC America and NBA TV. CBS and FOX stations are reportedly coming soon. Viacom channels are still available on other skinny bundle OTT services. PlayStation Vue's arch-rival, Dish-owned Sling TV, still offers Viacom properties, and Viacom also has a deal with AT&T-owned newcomer DIRECTV NOW.