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What Channels will be Available on YouTube TV?

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First of all, it is anything but googles ways to enter the streaming market. The YouTube application has possessed the capacity to do that for a considerable length of time. Rather, YouTube TV is a blend of live TV, video-on-request, and DVR scheme.

What is YouTube TV, and how does it work?

YouTube TV is an online paid streaming app that uses YouTube’s perfect and clear interface. Accessible on brilliant TVs, PCs and cell phones, it includes local network channel, standard TV channel and original web content owned by YouTube Red.

All this costs subscribers just $40 a month and can be used by six accounts.

A single subscription can be used by six Google accounts, yet will just give three simultaneous streams. This accompanies the advantage of concealing your viewing habits from others that share your membership.

How is this different from a cable TV subscription?

Once you’ve joined, you can take YouTube TV with you wherever you go. While many cable services offer applications that let you stream channels around your home, the channel choice frequently gets chop down when you take off. Furthermore, there are no duties or contracts when you join, and you can drop whenever. At last, YouTube TV costs significantly not as much as the normal cable subscription.

YouTube TV Channels –

The service will provide live access to the popular network such as ABC, NBC, FOX, and CBS.  However, the hidden gem in this service really starts to shine when it comes to sports.

Standard lineup:

  • ABC
  • CBS
  • FOX
  • NBC
  • The CW
  • Telemundo
  • AMC
  • BBC America
  • BBC World News
  • ESPN
  • ESPN 2
  • ESPN U
  • ESPN News
  • Comcast SportsNet
  • Fox Sports
  • Fox Sports 1
  • Fox Sports 2
  • USA
  • FX
  • FXX
  • FXM
  • FreeForm
  • IFC
  • The Disney Channel
  • Disney XD
  • Disney Junior
  • E!
  • BTN
  • SEC Network
  • Bravo
  • Oxygen
  • Sundance TV
  • Syfy
  • Sprout
  • CBS Sports Network
  • NBC Sports Network
  • NBC Golf
  • CNBC
  • Fox News
  • Fox Business
  • National Geographic Channel
  • Nat Geo Wild
  • Universal HD
  • Chiller
  • YouTube Red Originals
  • WE tv

Add-on networks:

  • Showtime ($11 per month)
  • Fox Soccer Plus ($15 per month)

New Entries:

  • NBC Universo
  • ESPN 3
  • SundanceTV
  • Local Now

How is YouTube TV different than YouTube Red?

YouTube Red is also a paid service by Google, is an upgrade from the normal google, which strips advertisements from its recordings. The $9.99-per-month YouTube Red likewise enables you to download videos which you have saved offline, play songs on your cell phone in the background and let you access YouTube Originals.

How does YouTube TV compare to other online streaming services such as Sling TV & PlayStation Vue?

YouTube TV’s perfect interface is truly outstanding, and none of its rivals can compete with it unlimited DVR service. Be that as it may, YouTube TV’s channel is very cheap in what’s its offering. Paying $40 every month for up to 50 channels isn’t horribly costly, yet Sling TV (with 30 channels for $20, or more than 40 for $25) is less expensive, and DirecTV Now (in excess of 60 channels for $35) is the limit.

The $40 per month starter pack from PlayStation Vue is a comparative arrangement that also includes 48 channels, including the Time Warner-owned channels (CNN, TBS and Cartoon Network). DirecTV Now and Sling TV, and additionally Viacom networks channels (Comedy Central, TBS, and VH1) that likewise aren’t on YouTube TV. What’s more, Sling, PS Vue and DirecTV Now unlike YouTube TV can be used on multiple devices while YouTube TV is primarily for Google based users.

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