Google’s YouTube TV is Now Available on Amazon Fire TV

More evidence that Amazon and Google are getting along.


Google Now Lets You Pause Your YouTube TV Subscription

Google is rolling out a new feature to YouTube TV subscribers that lets them pause their subscription for up to six months. The feature was initially spotted by Android Police and is furthered detailed in the service’s support site. If you aren’t a subscriber of YouTube TV, you may wonder Continue Reading

Verizon Will Offer Customers Free YouTube TV or Apple TV 4K When 5G Launches

There’s been a lot of news lately surrounding 5G, and one of the latest announcements regarding the subject comes out of Verizon. According to the carrier, when its 5G broadband service launches later this year, it’ll offer customers who sign for it a free 12-month subscription to Google’s YouTube TV. Continue Reading

YouTube TV Gets More Channels, More Sports, More Markets, and a Higher Price Tag

Google has announced some updates for its YouTube TV live television streaming service that go into effect today. For starters, the company is adding seven new channels to the service’s lineup, including Cartoon Network, CNN, TBS, TNT, Adult Swim, CNN, truTV, and Turner Classic Movies. Subscribers will also be able Continue Reading

YouTube TV App Now Available for Apple TV

Google’s live television service, known as YouTube TV, has reached many devices in its short history. However, one particular streaming set-top box has been excluded from the lineup, but the company is finally adding it to its roster. Starting now, anyone who’s subscribed to YouTube TV can use the service on Continue Reading

YouTube TV Expanding to Smart TVs, Apple TV, Android TV, and Xbox One

Google’s YouTube team has announced it’s expanding the reach of YouTube TV to even more platforms. Starting now, Android TV and Xbox One users can download a new app to take advantage of their subscription, while those on Apple TV and with smart TVs from providers like Sony, Samsung, and Continue Reading

You Can Now Use Google Home to Control YouTube TV

Google today added YouTube TV to its list of services controllable via your voice with the Google Home. The company notes users can now ask the Google Assistant to play live broadcast feeds from ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC on their television alongside things like sports games or their favorite show. Continue Reading

YouTube Red Getting Fresh Content, YouTube Expanding, and More from VidCon 2017

Yesterday during the annual VidCon 2017 conference and convention, YouTube announced a variety of new updates and new content for viewers to enjoy. The video sharing platform also announced some changes to how they handle multiple video formats. For starters, YouTube Red is getting all-new content in 2017, specifically more Continue Reading

Google Updates YouTube TV w/ Seven New Channels Including AMC and BBC America

Google today updated their live television streaming service YouTube with seven new channels ready to watch as a part of their basic $35/month subscription tier, as originally reported by 9to5Google. The channels include AMC, BBC America, Telemundo, Universo, Sundance TV, We TV, and IFC. With today’s additions, there are now Continue Reading

Google Launches YouTube TV in Select US Areas, Costs $35/Month w/ Over 40 Channels

Google today launched their anticipated cable alternative called YouTube TV. The service is available in 5 select areas across the US including New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago and costs $35/month with a 1-month free trial. At launch, YouTube TV includes over 40 cable channels alongside all Continue Reading

Google Introduces YouTube TV as a $35/Month Cable Alternative

At a press event today, Google finally took the wraps off their anticipated television streaming service called YouTube TV. It promises to offer a mixture of live and recorded content based on offerings by some leading networks including ShowTime, NBC, and CBS. There’s no question that people love TV, from Continue Reading