YouTube TV Expands to 14 New Cities, Now Covers 50% of U.S.

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YouTube's streaming television service, YouTube TV, today  expanding to 14 more areas in the US. bringing its total to 46 markets and 50 percent of US households. Google’s live TV streaming service – which costs $35/month to subscribe

The new markets were YouTube TV service will now be available include Baltimore, Boston, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Cincinnati, Columbus, Louisville, Memphis, Seattle, Tampa, Nashville, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, and West Palm Beach.

The Google YouTube TV, Service is also laying the groundwork for another 17 markets  in the following weeks  including Austin, Birmingham, Cleveland, Denver, Grand Rapids, Greensboro-High Point-Winston Salem, Harrisburg, Hartford, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Norfolk, Oklahoma City, Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City, San Diego and St. Louis.

 Google says that their service now has the most number of local broadcast station in the live TV streaming market. YouTube TV features more than 50 networks like ESPN, AMC, USA, and FX, plus it includes cloud DVR support and multi-person access.
source: CNET