It was officially announced that YouTube launches its live-television package and it is quite affordable.
The subscription offering is powered by partnering with broadcast networks in order to offer “comprehensive national coverage” with NBC, ABC, CBS, National Geographic, Fox and more.
The service will be launched as a standalone app, with an average cost, 6 user profiles with separate log-ins per account will be available just for $35 per month and it can be voidable anytime. 3 simultaneous streams per account is also an available feature.
YouTube TV will air the football games and not only including iOS or Android Including the American Football League, NFL. Also, Chromecast, Google Home, computers, tablets and smartphones will be able to use the entire service. YouTube TV will also feature a Cloud DVR system that will allow users to save the shows for later.
YouTube’s Chief Product Officer Neal Mohan, said that,
We feel we’re in a great position to reinvent the way TV works. No other company in the world has more experience serving high-quality video over the internet, high-def streaming, apps that don’t crash and seamless integration with mobile and web.
Moreover, the service is also getting CW, USA, FX, FXX, Syfy, FreeForm, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business, Disney, Disney Jr., NatGeo, Sprout, E! and others. Plus, ShowTime will be available for an additional fee.
The company hasn’t yet set a release date, but only announcing that YouTube TV will appear in the next few months.
Television is subduing by the Netflix-ers more and more and it’s getting really exciting to track the forthcoming moves!