The YouTube TV live-streaming service brings AMC and BBC America to its $35 per month subscription platform but is still only available in five cities…
As promised, YouTube TV now includes AMC and BBC America in its channel lineup, bringing shows like The Walking Dead and Doctor Who to the live-streaming service.
YouTube TV Adds AMC, BBC America to Its Live-Streaming Lineup
Announced in the tweet below on Monday, YouTube TV reveals it now has more channels, including: IFC, SundanceTV, and WEtv, on its monthly subscription platform.
— YouTube TV (@YouTubeTV) May 15, 2017
YouTube TV already carried 40 channels, with live-streaming from networks such as FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC, ESPN, and more popular choices. Priced at $35 per month, with no long-term commitment, the service provides another alternative for cord cutters. It also places more pressure on cable providers, which continue to experience a decline in membership.
YouTube TV is Google’s foray into the cord-cutting market, and boasts its own cloud-based DVR. Subscribers can play content on smart televisions, desktop machines, and mobile devices. However, the service is only available in five US cities: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia.
Recently, Google released an interesting infographic, containing viewer behavior statistics. Additionally, a new YouTube desktop material design went live at the beginning of the month. Back in February, Google announced it is removing unskippable pre-roll YouTube ads from the video platform to improve user experience.
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