Following a rollout of Apple TV, Roku, and other streaming device apps, YouTube TV this month is set to supplement a series of vital channels and some-more markets. However, as a result, there will be an arriving cost boost for new subscribers subsequent month.
According to a given private post (via BuzzFeed), YouTube TV is adding new channels on Feb 14th. The important arrivals tumble underneath a Turner family of channels, that includes CNN, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, TBS, TNT, truTV, and Turner Classic Movies.
Meanwhile, on a sports front, a cord-cutting use is gaining nationally televised NBA games, All-Star weekend, Playoffs, and a NBA TV channel. Baseball is adding a MLB Network and MLB Postseason games. Other additions embody UEFA soccer and a PGA Championship.
NBA League Pass and MLB.TV will also be accessible for an additional monthly fee, like Showtime and Fox Soccer Plus.
YouTube TV is also rising in 18 new markets: Lexington, Dayton, Honolulu, El Paso, Burlington, Plattsburgh, Richmond, Petersburg, Mobile, Syracuse, Champaign, Springfield, Columbia, Charleston, Harlingen, Wichita, Wilkes-Barre, and Scranton.
This increases availability to over 100 cities, with the subscription featuring six user accounts and total DVR, with apps for a web and mobile.
The new channels will come with a cost increase, though usually for new subscribers subsequent month. Sign-ups until afterwards are still $35, though will burst to $40 after Mar 13th.