Three-month-old YouTube TV is expanding into 10 new markets, CEO Susan Wojcicki announced during VidCon.
The spare gold service, that launched in five markets final April, will shortly be accessible in: Dallas-Fort Worth, Washington, D.C., Houston, Atlanta, Phoenix, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, and Charlotte. The collection of network, cable, and digital channels — that is labelled during $35 per month — is already accessible in Los Angeles, a Bay Area, New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia.
“We see some-more millennials regulating YouTube TV than any other generational group,” Wojcicki wrote in a blog post. “Now, with this expansion, millions some-more people will be means to tide their favorite live sports and must-see shows from tip promote and wire networks.”
Last month, YouTube TV added AMC Networks channels — that includes AMC, BBC America, IFC, Sundance TV, and We TV — to a lineup, bringing a sum offer to 46 channels. Some important holes remain, however — including channels from a likes of Turner (CNN, TNT); Viacom (BET, MTV); Scripps Networks Interactive (Food Network, HGTV), and Discovery Communications (The Discovery Channel, TLC).