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YouTube TV gets CineMax and HBO, including HBO Max

Written by James Delahunty @ 21 Feb 2020 5:53

YouTube TV gets CineMax and HBO, including HBO Max Google's YouTube TV service has been boosted by a deal with WarnerMedia to bring new channels to the service, and retain pre-existing popular channels added in 2018.
While HBO and CineMax are on other platforms such as Amazon Prime, YouTube TV is first to get HBO Max as well. YouTube TV will also continue to retain other cable networks from WarnerMedia, such as TBS, TNT, CNN, Adult Swin, Cartoon Network, HLN, and others. Those channels have been available since 2018 through a deal with WarnerMedia.

Google's YouTube TV service provides programming from more 70 networks, along with live sports.





"Our commitment at YouTube TV is to deliver TV to our members how and when they want it," said Lori Conkling, global head of partnerships at YouTube TV, reports Variety.

"We are thrilled to continue our partnership with WarnerMedia to deliver their family of networks that are popular among our members, as well as introduce HBO, Cinemax and HBO Max to our growing line-up of premium content."

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