YouTube are bringing their new TV subscription package to more audiences, introducing the service to 10 new cities.
Earlier this year, in April, YouTube launched YouTube TV, a new package that allowed you to stream live TV from a bunch of the top networks. It was a tasty package, offering a large variety of the biggest Cable channels at a cheaper cost, with the benefit of being watched anywhere with an internet connection. Now even more Americans are getting the opportunity to sign up.
YouTube TV will expand to; Houston, Atlanta, Phoenix, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, Dallas, Charlotte, and Washington DC. YouTube TV is expected to come to these cities on Thursday, joining New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, and Philadelphia with access to the package.
YouTube TV is a brilliant subscription for TV lovers as it gives you unlimited access to channels from ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN and many more, wherever you are. On top of live TV, YouTube TV lets you use a DVR service in the cloud for unlimited saving of programmes to watch later, where they’ll remain recorded for up to 9 months.
YouTube TV also includes YouTube Red original productions and can be shared with up to six people. It is planned to be made available in more areas on an ongoing basis, with more networks including BBC and Sundance planned for addition to the service.