YouTube TV is planning to bring 5.1 audio support to Google TV, Android TV, and Roku devices soon, with Apple TV, Fire TV, and game consoles to follow.
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After a two-day absence, Disney’s channels---ABC, ESPN, the Disney Channel, FX, and others---have returned to YouTube TV.
YouTube TV alerted its customers last night that they might lose access to Disney-owned channels. If so, it will reduce the price of the service.
After Roku complained publicly about Google abusing its market power, Google said it would pull YouTube from Roku’s devices.
Roku has alerted its customers that Google’s anticompetitive business practices may force it to remove YouTube TV on its streaming devices.
With Sony shutting down PlayStation Vue, it's finally letting in competitors into the PlayStation 4, starting with YouTube TV.
Amazon announced today that YouTube TV is now available on its Fire TV devices for the first time.
YouTube no longer interested in investing on original shows as the company shifts its focus to gaming, music, and ad-supported content.
A new report claims that usage of Hulu’s Live TV service is double that of YouTube TV, and well ahead of other competing services.
Google announces major expansion for YouTube, bringing it to 95 new markets.
Several cord-cutting services have announced price hikes recently. This isn't the way it's supposed to work.
Last week, I provided an update on our cord-cutting efforts. Maybe I should have waited, as things are changing yet again.
Not sure how I missed this when it happened three weeks ago, but the Hulu with Live TV service now offers a guide.
In the three months or so since we've switched (back) to cord-cutting services, we've been mostly happy with the decision.
Our experience with cable TV has been hugely negative. And after struggling with it for months, we're going back to a cord-cutting service.
Google will announce today that it is expanding the YouTube TV channel lineup. But it is also raising prices a bit too.
Google's digital TV streaming service makes it way to Roku players and TVs, coming soon to the Apple TV.
Ironically, YouTube TV has never offered an elegant way to get its content on your TV. But that's about to change.
After just a few weeks of testing cord-cutting services in our new home, I've uncovered something unexpected.
YouTube TV is now available in 14 new markets. That covers over half of all U.S. households, according to reports.
Google announced today that YouTube TV is coming to 10 more markets in the United States in the next few weeks.
Googles announced today that it is bringing family-based sharing functionality to its YouTube TV, Calendar, Keep and Photos services.
Here is the service that Apple hoped to unveil with its latest Apple TV in late 2015: But Google today beat them to the punch in announcing YouTube TV.