Google will reportedly introduce its new streaming service, which will operate through YouTube, later today, The New York Post said.
Google has long been rumored to enter the space where AT&T’s DIRECTV Now, Sling TV and Sony’ PSVue all currently fight for eyeballs. During CES, Hulu also announced its intentions to enter the space and unveiled a new product. Google’s service will reportedly cost between $30 and $40 per month, on a par with the low-to-mid-range tiers offered by the aforementioned services.
Google hasn’t announced a public press event, so perhaps this is something that will come out quickly in the form of a press release.