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YouTube TV Adds CNBC World & Cozi TV

Today YouTube TV quietly added two new channels with the addition of CNBC World and Cozi TV. CNBC World covers financial news from around the world. Very similar to CNBC but with more of an international focus. Cozi TV airs shows like The Alfred Hitchcock Hour, Adam-12, The A-Team, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Emergency!, Miami Vice, Will & Grace, The Nanny, Quantum Leap, and more.

Here is how Cozi TV describes its network:

COZI TV is NBC’s national multicast network that delivers a 24-hour line-up of TV’s all-time best shows and pop culture favorites, featuring a prime time block of recent comedy hits. COZI TV’s iconic sitcoms include The Office, Frasier, Will & Grace and The Nanny. Among the network’s many beloved dramas and action series are Columbo, Murder, She Wrote, Little House on the Prairie and Magnum P.I. The network launched January 1, 2013 as one of the multicast channels of the NBC Owned Television Stations and is now available nationwide. For more on COZI TV, visit COZITV.com.

This news comes a day after YouTube TV added app access to some Discovery Network apps. Last week YouTube TV added Discovery Network channels including Discovery Channel, HGTV, Food Network, TLC, Investigation Discovery, Animal Planet, Travel Channel, and MotorTrend to its lineup. Now YouTube TV has been added to the list of supported TV providers for Discovery’s TV Everywhere apps. This means now with your YouTube TV login, you can access even more Discovery content on apps from Discovery, HGTV, Food Network, & More.

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