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3 Live Streaming Services Add SNY

Three live streaming services — Hulu, YouTube TV and fuboTV — this week have added the SNY (SportsNet New York) regional sports channel, just in time for Opening Day baseball. SNY is the TV home of the New York Mets, which begin their season today with a 1:10 p.m. ET game at Citi Field against

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YouTube TV Raises Price to $40 a Month

YouTube TV, the live streaming service owned by Google, today officially changed its monthly price from $35 to $40. The price hike was expected. YouTube revealed last month that it would increase the monthly fee when it added several Turner-owned channels including TNT, TBS, CNN, truTV, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Turner Classic Movies. Click

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YouTube TV Adds MLB Network, NBA TV

YouTube TV, the live streaming service owned by Google, yesterday added the MLB Network and NBA TV channels. In addition, the streamer said it would soon add MLB.TV, the baseball league’s package of out-of-market games. YouTube TV did not offer a date for when customers can sign up, or a price, but the online plan

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Updated: YouTube TV Adds Channels, Raises Price

YouTube TV today is expected to add several Turner-owned channels including TNT, TBS, CNN, truTV, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Turner Classic Movies, according to BuzzFeed.com. However, the site writes that YouTube TV will also raise its price from $35 to $40, although it’s unclear if the new price will only be for new customers.

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YouTube TV Adds 34 New Markets

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. Shop Now at Amazon! The Holidays

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Google Pulling YouTube From Amazon’s Fire TV

Google says it plans to pull YouTube from Amazon’s Fire TV streaming devices on January 1, 2018. The company is protesting Amazon’s policy not to sell Google-owned products that compete with Amazon devices such as the Chromecast and Google Home. Google is also upset that Amazon will not permit its Amazon Video service to be

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Comcast Adds YouTube to X1 Boxes

Comcast today added YouTube to the On Demand section on its X1 set-tops nationwide, the cable operator announced. The app, which will enable Comcast subscribers to access YouTube’s user-generated videos and other content, will be part of the cable op’s Apps and Networks section of the X1 interface. (Pictured above: YouTube’s iJustine.) Amazon’s 1-Day-Only Deals!

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YouTube TV Coming Soon to 10 More Markets

YouTube has announced that will expand its live streaming service to 10 more markets in “just a couple of weeks.” Click Amazon: Today’s 1-Day-Only Deals! YouTube TV, which offers roughly 40 channels for $35 a month, debuted on April 5 in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia. At the company’s blog, YouTube

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Sling TV: 1.3 Million Subscribers – Is That Good?

News & Analysis Sling TV had 1.3 million paying subscribers at the end of the first quarter, according to streaming industry analyst Dan Rayburn, who cites anonymous Wall Street analysts for his report. Click Amazon: Hottest Deals On Amazon Fire TV Devices! Considering that Sling TV launched more than two years ago, reaching 1.3 million

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YouTube TV Forcing Subs to Watch Commercials

YouTube TV is preventing subscribers from fast-forwarding past commercials while watching a previously aired show, reports The Wall Street Journal. The live streaming service, which launched last week in five markets, offers roughly 50 live channels for $35 a month. In addition, YouTube TV features an ‘cloud DVR’ that permits subscribers to record an unlimited amount

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Comcast to Add YouTube to X1 Set-Tops

Comcast says it will add the YouTube app to Xfinity X1 set-tops later this year. The app, which will enable Comcast subscribers to access YouTube’s user-generated videos and other content, will be part of the cable op’s Apps and Networks section of the X1 interface. (Pictured above: YouTube’s iJustine.) Amazon’s 1-Day-Only Deals! The Comcast feature

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