February 22, 2020
YouTube TV now supports PBS

YouTube TV Now Supports PBS, bringing Over 100 Channels to the Streaming Platform

YouTube TV now has PBS, adding more than one-hundred channels to the streaming platform, including PBS Kids, with more to come next year…

Having launched in February of 2018, YouTube TV entered the streaming industry with live television and on-demand video alike. It includes all the major networks, including ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, Fox, FX, AMC, CNN, Fox News, TBS, Discovery, and ESPN. But, it’s conspicuously lacked a familiar staple. But now, PBS has joined the lineup.

YouTube TV Now includes PBS

YouTube TV now supports the US Public Broadcasting Service, bringing more than 100 member stations, as well as PBS Kids.

With the addition of PBS, there’s even more live television content, as well as on-demand content. So, viewers no longer have to solely rely on legacy, appointment television, or even PBS’s own websites and apps to view its programming.

This means it’s easier to watch those interesting documentaries, along with staples such as Masterpiece, along with kids’ favorites, Sesame Street.

Ashley Lipman

Ashley Lipman is a super-connector with Outreachmama who helps businesses find their audience online through outreach, partnerships, and networking.

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