Newswire: YouTube TV is now available for cord-cutting millennials in certain markets

In February, we reported that Google and YouTube were planning to launch a new video service called YouTube TV that would let subscribers stream live content from a whole bunch of TV networks, record as many things as they want, and watch YouTube Red’s premium content all for a monthly fee. Now, YouTube’s core audience of cord-cutting millennials who can’t afford pricey cable packages can now see all of the shows they’ve been missing, because YouTube TV is now available in a handful of cities around the country.

Subscribers can get a free one-month trial, with subsequent months costing $35, and YouTube will even throw in a free Google Chromecast for a limited time. For that money, you get “cloud-based DVR without storage space limits,” six separate accounts per household, and the ability to stream on phones, tablets, computers, and TVs. At this point, YouTube TV …

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