Google has revealed that it will launch YouTube TV in 10 additional markets (listed below) in the not-too-distant future. Sadly, an exact time frame was not specified. All we know is that the expansion will take place in the “coming weeks.”
- Dallas—Fort Worth
- Miami—Fort Lauderdale
- Minneapolis—Saint Paul
- Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne
- Washington, D.C.
At present, YouTube TV is currently only available in a limited number of cities in the United States, including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City and Philadelphia, where a one-month subscription will set you back $35.
Hold up! What’s YouTube TV?
First launched back in February, YouTube TV is Google’s live TV service, which offers customers access to live and recorded content from CBS, ESPN, Fox, FX, FNC, Syfy and a number of other major cable channels.