YouTube TV To Bolster Their Lineup With TBS, TNT, Cartoon Network & CNN

YouTube TV To Bolster Their Lineup With TBS, TNT, Cartoon Network & CNN

YouTube TV To Bolster Their Lineup With TBS, TNT, Cartoon Network & CNN

The new channels are TNT, TBS, CNN, Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, truTV, Turner Classic Movies and HLN.

For sports fans, the YouTube TV base package will soon gain NBA TV and MLB Network, and it will begin offering NBA League Pass and MLB.TV for an extra charge.

Finally, Google announced that on March 13, the monthly price of the base YouTube TV service will be going up to $40 per month.

YouTube TV also announced that in the coming weeks it will add and will have a presence in the top 100 US markets, which will cover more than 85% of USA households. The latest markets to receive the service include Lexington, Dayton, Honolulu, Richmond, Mobile, and Syracuse. The service will now cover 85% of U.S. households.

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Sounds good, right? However it seems that in addition to adding new channels to its list, YouTube TV's pricing has also gone up. But Google thinks it can make YouTube TV standout by offering a great channel selection and great features, but also quality and stable signal.

The live streaming TV service comes as a solution to cord-cutters and competes with similar services such as Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, and Sling TV. Interestingly enough, though, the streaming service is applying that price hike (from $35 a month to $40 a month) not to existing customers, but only to those who sign up after March 13. In a blog post, YouTube TV director of content partnerships Heather Moosnick pointed out that this brings Anderson Cooper and Rick and Morty to the service. You can check out the YouTube TV website to see if you are in a covered market.

In addition to today's announcement, YouTube announced at the end of last month that it secured exclusive rights to Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) games and would be creating a dedicated channel for the team.

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