Tag Archives | YouTube TV

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YouTube TV is Coming to Vizio Smartcast TVs

Today a YouTube TV employee posted on Reddit announcing that support for Vizio Smartcast TVs is rolling out. Well, this is not an official announcement this poster has a history of posting YouTube TV news early. The good news is this won’t be a cast situation from the wording here YouTube TV will have a dedicated app on […]

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YouTube TV Adds 14 Starz Channels

Today STARZ announced that they are now available on YouTube TV as a add-on.  In total 14 STARZ and STARZ ENCORE channels are now available via YouTube TV for $9/month along with access to the network’s full STARZ and STARZ ENCORE VOD catalogs featuring Hollywood hits and popular movies, as well as both current and […]

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Why Is it So Hard to Add Locals to Live TV Streaming Services? You Asked We Answer

Two of the most common questions I get are why is this local not live on a live TV streaming service, and why are some locals owned by a network group streaming on DIRECTV NOW, YouTube TV, Hulu, etc., but others are not. I want to try to explain why adding locals is so difficult […]

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Starz Is Coming to YouTube TV

Lionsgate, the parent company behind Starz, announced yesterday that they are coming to Amazon Prime in the United Kingdom and Germany. They also announced that they will launch on YouTube TV in June in the US. “In spite of disruption in the traditional MVPD universe, the success of our Starz OTT offerings allowed us to […]

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Sling TV Now Offers the Most Channels Per Dollar (But Does That Even Matter?)

I have recently noticed a growing trend of new cord cutters wanting to know what service offers the most channels for what they pay. Many new cord cutters are looking for the best return on their dollar. If that is what you are looking at you likely want Sling TV. For $40 you can get […]

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Editorial: Live TV Streaming Will Never Succeed Unless They Can Speak a Language Their Customers Understand

This week I attended the Pay TV Show in Denver and had an opportunity to hear from some of the biggest names in cable TV and live TV streaming. PlayStation Vue, Philo, Sling TV, Pluto TV, fuboTV, Hulu, Amazon, and a host of others companies all sent executives to the event. During the talk it […]

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