Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Google announces YouTube TV service that rivals cable for $35

YouTube wants to replace your cable TV service – for real this time. At an event in California today, the company today announced a virtual cable TV similar to the likes of Sling TV or DirecTV Now. Basically you pay $35 every month and have access to a series of live broadcast and cable channels. Here’s the current array of content included: YouTube says that younger people (“millenials”) want to watch TV in the same place they watch all their other content, which makes sense. It wants to build an experience that “works as well on your phone as on your…

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