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YouTube TV is now available across the US

2019-03-29 12:18 by


YouTube TV is now available in every US television market, the company announced Wednesday. When YouTube TV first launched in 2017, it was priced at $35 per month and was only available in New York, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago and Philadelphia. The company has steadily added more programming and available markets since then.

YouTube TV is priced at $40 per month and includes more than 60 live TV channels, cloud DVR and support for up to six accounts. Channels include ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC along with local affiliate broadcast television from those networks in 90% of markets where YouTube TV is available. The lineup also includes AMC, Cartoon Network, CNN, ESPN, Fox News, FS1, FX, TBS, TNT and several regional sports networks.

It's worth noting that depending on where you live, you might miss out on some channels. You can check what's available in your area by punching your zip code into the YouTube TV website. You'll need a strong enough internet connection to handle the live streams as well, of course.

YouTube TV competes with similar live TV services such as DirecTV Now, Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV and PlayStation Vue. Most of these services have been available across the US since their launch.

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