YouTube launches streaming television in the US
YouTube announced its own streaming TV service which allows you to stream four major networks for $35 a month.
The company unveiled the service at an event Tuesday in Los Angeles at YouTube Space in New York, San Francisco and San Bruno.
Yesterday, Cristos Goodrow, VP of engineering at YouTube announced that users of the platform now watch one billion hours of video a day.
YouTube launched its first subscription service, Red, in 2015. YouTube Red is like a version of Netflix; it removes advertising, unlocks access to exclusive shows and includes an unlimited music service like Spotify.
Stream ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC & more. Never run out of DVR storage space. 6 accounts, 1 price. $35/month. Cancel anytime.
Currently, it will only be available in the US. You can get on the list to find out when YouTube TV launches where you live at tv.youtube.com.