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  1. YouTube TV’s New Entertainment Plus Package Costs $30/Month YouTube TV is now offering a new Entertainment Plus package, saving folks a little bit of money should they be into subscribing to the premium content distributors. The package contains HBO Max, Showtime, and Starz all for the price of $30/month. Individually, those three services would combine to cost $35/month, so you’re saving $5. Not bad. There was other recent YouTube TV news this week, as the company announced it will soon offer 4K streaming and offline viewing. Of course, the addition of the
  2. YouTube TV will add 4K streaming, more simultaneous streams for an additional price As more people cut out traditional cable, Google’s YouTube TV has become the go-to option for streaming live television. This year, the service is set to get even more new features, including the arrival of 4K streaming on YouTube TV. In a blog post this morning, YouTube confirms a few planned updates for its core products including YouTube itself, Music, and also YouTube TV. One of the biggest takeaways in the post is that, soon, YouTube TV will be adding support for 4K str
  3. Alphabet's virtual cable television platform is bucking the cord-cutting trend, and it is positioned to continue doing so. The cord-cutting movement marches on. Cable giant Comcast lost another 273,000 pay-TV customers last quarter, while AT&T shed another 627,000 cable TV subscribers during the three-month stretch ending in September. Both are extensions -- and microcosms -- of forces working against the entire cable television industry. However, there's a noteworthy name bucking this attrition trend. Digital cable service YouTube TV now serves
  4. YouTube TV increases monthly subscription price to $64.99, adds new channels YouTube today announced a few new channels that are being added to the service. The cord-cutting platform is also revising its monthly subscription to $64.99, with the changes coming into effect for new subscribers starting today. The company raised its monthly subscription fee to $49.99 last year, and also added new channels to the service along with it. This time, the search giant is citing the “rising cost of content” and the increased catalog of channels that the servi
  5. YouTube TV raises price from $40 to $50 for new and existing customers. Enlarge Getty Images | Onfokus YouTube launched its competitor to cable TV two years ago, charging $35 a month, but it's now over 40 percent more expensive. Google raised the price of YouTube TV to $40 in March 2018, and yesterday announced it's raising the price again, this time to $49.99. In both cases, the Google-owned streaming TV service paired the price hike with extra channels, but subscribers have to pay the new, higher price whe
  6. HBO and HBO Max are headed to YouTube TV Cinemax is also part of the deal HBO is one of YouTube TV’s most notable absences, but a new agreement between Google and WarnerMedia will bring the prestige network to Google’s streaming TV subscription service. Customers who use YouTube TV can get linear and on-demand access to HBO and Cinemax this spring as add-ons, WarnerMedia announced today. It’s similar to how Showtime and NBA League Pass operate on YouTube TV. The new deal means customers can watch shows live or di
  7. Smack in the middle of the World Cup semi-finals, YouTube TV totally f**ked over fans of England and Croatia alike. The live TV streaming service, Google’s big solution for people tired of paying for cable, offered its “sincere apologies” on Twitter after its World Cup stream got borked: “The timing is horrible but we’re working to be up and running again ASAP!” the tweet read. Lots of frothy tweets followed. YouTube TV reported on Twitter that the service was back just before 4pm ET; however, some users appeared to still be encountering
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