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At an event today in Los Angeles, the Google subsidiary unveiled YouTube TV, billing it as a way to reimagine television for the YouTube generation. YouTube product chief Neal Mohan says the company has been working on YouTube TV for two years; he promises that you'll see the results when you actually get to play with it.
Those who sign up will get access to YouTube Red Originals content as well as 'dozens of popular cable networks.' You'll get access to the big ones - ESPN, ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC - as well as other things like Fox News, FX and US, E! and Bravo, and more. Recode reports that Google's artificial intelligence software will power the service's recommendation system.
It will cost $35 per month and include a virtual DVR service.
YouTube users watch as many as 1 billion hours of video a day on the service, the company said earlier this week.
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To run for the whole game with this quality is fantastic". "The day we won it, I remember I just went on my knees". Batshuayi has netted five goals for Chelsea this season and is desperate to get more opportunities to impress.
The new offering, called YouTube TV, will compete with other services fighting to attract mobile-loving younger audiences who dropped pricier, traditional cable and satellite packages or never signed up in the first place. Typing in "time travel", for instance, will pull up all available content with that theme.
Key features include cloud storage with simultaneous recording, access to YouTube TV on multiple devices, and support for six profiles on one account. You'll be able to fast-forward and rewind them, too. It has launched stars and given rise to the influencer and creator movement while also being a hub for new opportunities through its YouTube Red subscription service.
After more than a decade, YouTube is now considered to be a significant rival to traditional television.
Also be aware that all of the digital TV services still have gaps in their coverage, usually around pro football: Deals - or lack of them - with local affiliates may affect your ability to watch your local NFL team play next fall.