YouTube TV is Google's brand new TV service, and as with any new service, it started out slow.
By the numbers, the additions are significant: YouTube TV launched with 39 channels, so the list just got 18 percent bigger. As well, YouTube has added things like BBC America, Telemundo, and more. Subscribers pay a flat $35/month fee for access to somewhere around 50 live television channels, including things like FXX, FX, USA, FOX, ABC, SyFy, CNBC, ESPN, ESPN2, Disney Channel, National Geographic, Chiller, WeTV, CBS, E!, BTN, Disney XD / Junior, Sprout, and more.
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YouTube's TV plan competes with the recently released Hulu live TV streaming service. Other new channels include cable networks Sundance TV, We TV, and IFC, also owned by AMC. Additionally, it also offers unlimited cloud DVR and support for 6 accounts per household. With today's additions, there are now 46 live TV channels to stream on the platform alongside YouTube Red-exclusive content, Showtime, and Fox Soccer Plus if one wishes.
As of today, YouTube TV is only available in a small number of markets; Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, and San Francisco Bay Area are the lucky territories with YouTube TV support.
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