And the service can be used on multiple devices as well as streamed to a TV via Chromecast. Will the many young viewers who watch YouTube videos actually consider paying for a streaming service to see more conventional TV? Google's Chromecast devices are now the only ones supported by YouTube TV, which also includes TVs with Chromecast streaming built-in.
YouTube TV is launching in the nation's largest metro areas-New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, and Philadelphia-with more United States markets coming soon.
We'll have more on YouTube TV as the roll out continues and we, uh, get to play with it a little more. Subscribers can get on demand access to all their favorite television series, and watch live sports from the NBA, MLB, NFL, and NCAA.
YouTube TV offers an unlimited cloud DVR option, allowing users to record endless amounts of programming, and gives families up to six individual accounts in the same package. With that in mind, Google is now offering a free Chromecast to subscribers after their first month's payment, while supplies last. Other channels, like Sundance Now and Shudder, will also be available soon for an additional fee.
This means that for those living in other cities/states in the USA, you guys are out of luck for now although YouTube does plan to expand to more markets in the future. Those on the fence can try it out with a one month free trial. For $35 per month, YouTube TV will let you stream programs live from 40 channels, including the five major broadcast stations, onto any of your devices. Other networks such as AMC, BBC America, IFC, Sundance TV, WE tv and BBC World News will be added soon. The day is here at last and now YouTube TV is officially available to the cord cutting masses. "And what we were seeing on YouTube ad-supported was that TV clips were popular with our users".
YouTube has launched its live television service in limited markets.
If you're in one of the first few cities, you can take advantage of a great offer they have going on.
What sets YouTube TV apart is its cloud-based DVR with no storage cap. If you pay for a month after that, they throw in a free Chromecast, which already costs $35, so it's like another free month.
Netflix shares traded down about 0.8% in after-hours trading to $146.02, in a 52-week range of $84.50 to $148.29. Revenue was projected to increase 35 percent year over year to $2.64 billion in the first quarter.
Zawahiri has publicly criticised ISIS for its brutal methods, which have included beheadings, drownings and immolation. The fighting has killed several thousands among civilians and fighters on both sides, according to aid organisations.
Brigadier General Yahya Rasool says IS now controls less than a quarter of the land it held at its peak in the summer of 2014. The United States and other Western countries have assisted with air support, intelligence and equipment, Rasool said.
According to the adviser, the test had been expected and the US had good intelligence both before and after the launch. The officials weren't authorized to speak publicly on the results of the policy review and requested anonymity.
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Knicks 114, 76ers 113: Carmelo Anthony scored 17 points after deciding to play in what could be his final game with the Knicks. LeBron is reportedly resting again for the season finale, and the Bucks reportedly plan to rest many of their players.
His tee shot on No. 10 clipped a tree and shot back into the fairway, while Shane Lowry also hit a tree and couldn't find it. The last person to win a major championship after trailing by at least 10 shots after the first round was Harry Vardon.
Most of the changes won't take effect until after the next presidential and parliamentary elections, slated for November 3, 2019. Turkey's foreign ministry dismissed the observers' criticism as lacking objectivity and impartiality.
Drug company sues Arkansas again over execution plans
State and federal court rulings have stayed executions for two other inmates, and the state has yet to appeal those decisions. After not executing anyone since 2005, Arkansas had scheduled eight executions in 10 days, starting April 17, Easter Monday.
Saudi Military Helicopter Crashes In Yemen, Kills 12
Washington alleges that Iran, Saudi Arabia's regional rival, has shipped missiles to Yemen but Tehran denies the charge. The two-year war has claimed the lives of more than 10,000 civilians and led to the displacement of 3 million Yemenis.
On North Korea, Trump signals break with US-China policy
The birthday Saturday of the nation's founder could prompt the country to conduct its sixth nuclear test, according to experts. On Monday Pence is scheduled to meet Acting President Hwang Kyo-Ahn for talks on the North's weapons programmes and on THAAD.