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Google expands YouTube TV to 34 new markets

Written by Matti Vähäkainu (Google+) @ 13 Dec 2017 11:35

Google expands YouTube TV to 34 new markets YouTube TV is Google's answer, not unlike Sling TV or PlayStation Vue, to people's declining satisfaction with cable TV. Unfortunately it is only available in very limited markets.
Now, however, Google has expanded it to new markets in the U.S. YouTube TV has tweeted that it is now available in 34 new metro areas. That almost doubles the available markets to a total of 83.

The new markets include Green Bay, Tucson, Tulsa, San Diego, San Antonio, New Orleans, Knoxville and Spokane. The complete list can be found from the FAQ at YouTube TV's official site, just scroll all the way down. Or watch the little video embedded within the tweet below.

YouTube TV is an internet only TV service that offers various cable TV channels for $35 a month. A total of some 50 channels, depending on the market, include Bravo, Disney Channel, ESPN, FX, National Geographic, and others. You can both watch the channels live or record the shows for later viewing.


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