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YouTube TV Adds 34 New Markets

But if YouTube TV ready for more viewers?

Google has added YouTube TV, its multi-channel, live streaming service, to 34 new markets, bringing its total to 84 markets.

YouTube TV, which competes against such multi-channel, live streaming services as DIRECTV Now, Hulu, Sling TV, fuboTV and Play Station Vue, offers roughly 40 channels for $35 a month.

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The Google-owned venture launched in just five markets last April, but has aggressively increased its availability over the last several weeks. It would appear that Google believes that YouTube TV’s technical infrastructure is now ready for more viewers.

(Live streaming services have suffered occasional technical snafus such as buffering when viewer traffic rises.)

The list of 34 new markets includes Green Bay, Savannah, Flint, New Orleans, Tulsa and Tucson.

Here is a list of the 84 markets where YouTube TV is now available:

Albany
Albuquerque
Atlanta
Austin
Baltimore

Baton Rouge
Birmingham
Boston
Buffalo
Cedar Rapids

Charlotte
Chattanooga
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland

Colorado Springs
Columbus
Dallas-Fort Worth
Denver
Des Moines

Detroit
Flint
Fort Myers
Fort Smith
Fresno

Grand Rapids
Green Bay
Greensboro
Greenville (NC)
Greenville (SC)

Harrisburg
Hartford
Houston
Huntsville-Decatur
Indianapolis

Jackson (MS)
Jacksonville
Kansas City
Knoxville
Las Vegas

Little Rock
Los Angeles
Louisville
Madison
Memphis

Miami-Fort Lauderdale
Milwaukee
Minneapolis-Saint Paul
Nashville
New Orleans

New York City
Norfolk
Oklahoma City
Omaha
Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne

Paducah
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
Portland

Portland-Auburn
Providence
Raleigh
Roanoke
Rochester

Sacramento
Salt Lake City
San Antonio
San Diego
San Francisco Bay Area

Savannah
Seattle
Shreveport
South Bend
Spokane

Springfield (MO)
St Louis
Tampa
Toledo
Tucson

Tulsa
Waco
Washington DC
West Palm Beach

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