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YouTube officially launches YouTube TV in select markets

2017-04-06 08:19 by


Google has launched YouTube TV, the service which was initially announced in February. It is a live TV streaming service that will let you watch 40 channels at launch.

The new service costs $35 monthly and includes channels like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, and Fox Sports Networks. It is aimed to be a direct competitor of conventional cable TV. The first covered cities will be San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Philadelphia.

Users will be able to stream YouTube TV through their browser on their desktop or laptop, as well as on smartphone or tablet. Google is also throwing in a free Chromecast after the first monthly payment, so users will be able to stream shows to their big-screen TV as well.

Users are allowed to share YouTube TV with up to six different people, each of whom would be able to get their own personal accounts. However, YouTube only allows three TV streams at once.

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