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YouTube TV logo. Photo by: YouTube / Google
YouTube TV logo. Photo by: YouTube / Google

YouTube TV now offers close to 50 networks of programming

YouTube TV and Google have recently announced plans to update their streaming services to additional cities in the United States.

Originally, the streaming service connected viewers with live streaming television via YouTube in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York.

The company has recently announced ten additional cities including: Washington, D.C., Houston, Atlanta, Phoenix, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, Charlotte, and Dallas-Fort Worth.

YouTube Red is one type of subscription model that offers original programming and Google Play Music for users. This service allows users to skip ads within YouTube content, (not YouTube TV content.) It costs $9.99 a month. YouTube Red does not allow users to skip ads with YouTube TV.

In contrast to original programming, YouTube TV offers syndicated programming from the following networks: CW, USA, FX, FXX, Syfy, FreeForm, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business, Disney, Disney Jr., NatGeo, Sprout, and E!. The major networks such as ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX will be provided depending on the regional area.

YouTube TV cost $35.00 a month before taxes when users sign up through YouTube or Android. Do not sign up via any IOS platform, (it will end up costing close to $40.00 per month.)

Take a look at YouTube TV, and find out more on the future of YouTube with their upcoming content.

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