Forget getting any useable help from Google about the Android Market. I, along with lots of other folks have posted a significant number of posts there concerning all kinds of purchasing/downloading/installing issues and basically, have been treated as if we were insects....as opposed to.....paying customers. The Android OS is really gaining a place of prominence in the handheld world, but the Android Marketplace may indeed prove to be its Achilles heel.
There's actually a couple reasons why the Slingplayer Mobile (SPM) for Android isn't showing up in the Google Andriod Market Place. This is because SPM is marked as a paid, copy-protected application. Google uses filters in the Android Mariet to manage access based on sanctioned country, rom, and phone combinations.
There's a small subset of countries which have the ability to buy Andriod applications. The country is determined by the SIM in your mobile device not by physical location. So, you could get around Google's filter by using a pre-paid SIM from one of the supported countries.
The other filter is due to the application being copy protected. Google will govern your access based on the "/system/build.prop" file. If it is sanctioned, then Google will have its fingerprint saved it in their database. This can prevent certain phone/ROM combination and rooted access from seeing any copy-protected applications within the Andriod Market.
The following link best describes the issue and possible workarounds (http://androidforums.com/samsung-galaxy-spica/98024-protected-app-market-fix-tutorial-build-prop.html).
Once you've resolved the filtering conflict then you can use Google Goggles with the following picture.
Or this link (market://details?id=com.slingmedia.slingPlayer)