YouTube TV isn’t particularly new, but the service’s rollout to different regions has been slow. This is due to Google working to get local channels with each area.
Google announced today that YouTube TV is coming to eight new markets. Those markets are Albuquerque, Austin, Birmingham, Greenville, Norfolk, Portland, Raleigh, and Sacramento, ... Read More »
Two weeks after YouTube TV expanded into new markets, the streaming service is making its way into several additional cities.
YouTube TV is now available in 12 more markets across the U.S. They are:
Salt Lake City Denver Cleveland Hartford San Diego Kansas ... Read More »
If you’ve been interested in trying YouTube TV but haven’t been able to because it’s not available in your market, you may now be able to give it a shot.
YouTube TV is expanding to 14 new markets sprinkled across the U.S. They include major ... Read More »
YouTube TV is a very interesting service but it’s limited to only a few markets. Thankfully, Google has finally deemed it time to expand.
In a few weeks, YouTube TV is coming to Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas-Fort Worth, Detroit, Houston, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C.
The YouTube ... Read More »
Google wants its users to share content as quickly and easily as possible, which is why the company has been rolling out features to make that a possibility. For instance, at the tail-end of 2015 we saw Google roll out Google Play Music family plans. And more recently it launched Family Library, ... Read More »
YouTube TV is Google’s brand new TV service, and as with any new service, it started out slow. Google is working on improving it, and the first step is to add more channels.
Google has added AMC, BBC America, IFC TV, Sundance TV, Telemundo, Universo, and We TV to the standard YouTube ... Read More »
It was back in late February when YouTube TV was first announced, unveiling a brand new streaming TV service for a crowding market.
While YouTube TV was announced with plenty of key details along with it, including the $35 per month price, what we didn’t know was when exactly it would launch and ... Read More »
Though plenty of people are cutting the cord and getting rid of their cable TV subscriptions, many others keep them despite the hassle and limitations. Contracts, cable box rentals, extra charge for DVRs, and being limited to one TV is a big hassle. YouTube aims to change that.
YouTube has announced YouTube TV, a live ... Read More »