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YouTube TV

  • July 30, 2019

    PBS Is Coming To YouTube TV

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  • April 11, 2019

    YouTube TV Prices Going Up

    I got this email last night the prices on YouTube TV are now on par with Slingbox “We built YouTube TV to bring you a live TV service with the content you want through a reimagined TV experience. Effective today, April 10, 2019, YouTube TV includes channels from Discovery Inc. All members will now have access to Discovery Channel, HGTV, Food Network, TLC, Investigation Discovery, Animal Planet, Travel Channel, and MotorTrend. In addition, EPIX is now available for an additional charge. Finally, we’ll be including the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) later this year. To keep bringing you the best service possible, we are also updating our membership pricing. The price for new and existing members will be $49.99/month. The price for new and existing members billed through Apple will be $54.99/month. Existing members will see these changes reflected in their subsequent billing cycle after May 13. The updated pricing will continue to include DVR with unlimited storage space, up to 6 accounts per household, and 3 concurrent streams. No additional fees are required for broadcast, HD, set-top box, or DVR. You can find more information in the Help Center and blog post. Thank you for being a part of YouTube TV! The YouTube TV Team”
  • June 13, 2017

    YouTube TV Review

    I recently became a cord cutter we canceled our local cable and decided to go to the internet only to help cut back on the monthly household bills. We looked at a lot of different services like Sling TV and DirectTV Now but decided the cost we for the channels we wanted was too great. We decided on YouTube TV. I want to point out that for us YouTube TV had all the channels we wanted plus the live TV aspect that my family likes for shows like America’s Got Talent, Shark Tank, and a few others we like to watch live. YouTube TV may not be a good fit for you as a cord cutter when deciding which service to go with you need to look at what channels you watch the most and see what each service is offering at what price point that’s affordable for you. YouTube TV was right for us with 35 channels, live tv and DVR option with no storage limit. YouTube TV was great because we have a chromecast on every tv so we did not need to spend any money on hardware. YouTube TV is $35 dollars a month with 6 accounts per household. All the streaming is in High Definition (HD) by default you don’t have to pay extra. The one thing I don’t like is you have to turn on your location service turned on all the time you want to use YouTube TV since it uses that information to determine what syndication of FOX and other channels you are supposed to get for local programming. The only situation I don’t like with this is when I was traveling certain programming was not available but when I was home it was I guess Google is still working out some of...