Yesterday in LA, Google announced their long-awaited entrance into a TV streaming service w/ YouTube TV. Yes, YouTube is going toe-to-toe w/ services like DirecTV Now, Sling, and more. It's not out yet but there is quite a bit of info to know about this service.
It will have a $35 per month price tag that will give each account access to up to 6 users in total. You'll get access to channels like ABC, Bravo, CBS, CW, FOX, FX, NBC, Syfy, Disney XD, Disney Junior, CNBC, Nat Geo Wild, MSNBC, Oxygen, Telemundo, Fox News, Fox Sports, and all forms of ESPN to name a few of them. You'll get access to YouTube Red originals as well as a cloud DVR w/ no storage limits. The DVR can be accessed via Android, Chromecast, desktop, iOS, tablet, and more.
As you can see form the full channel listing above, there is still a lot of channels missing from the list. Like HBO, MTV, VH1, AMC, TNT, TBS, A&E, Comedy Central, and much more that are MIA. However, you can add Showtime as an add-on to your selection. We don't know if there will be more added to the list as this will be part of the initial rollout.
And that's about all the info we have on the new service. Hit the link below to be notified on when it goes live. Who's looking to see if this can be added to their cord-cutting services?