PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, DirecTV Now, and the recently announced YouTube TV have emerged as major competition to traditional cable, but which service is better? In order to help you find the best replacement for your cable subscription, we've put together this handy guide. The post Sling TV vs PlayStation Vue vs DirecTV Now vs YouTube TV: Live TV streaming showdown appeared first on Digital Trends.
AT&T is hoping that promotions can keep bringing in new subscribers for the DirecTV Now live-streaming television service. The telecoms giant recently announced that, for a limited time, customers can receive a full year of HBO for no additional cost if they sign up for one of DirecTV Now’s two pricier subscription tiers. That means savings of $60 for the full year--HBO usually costs an extra $5 per month for DirecTV Now subscribers. The catch? It only applies to either the Go Big chan...
AT&T video customers will get an exclusive from pop star Taylor Swift this week as the first portion of her pre-Super Bowl concert in Houston goes online. Only people who signed up for AT&T’s DirecTV Now online video service or subscribe to the company’s satellite or wired cable TV service will be able to watch the concert clips, split into three portions with the first going online on Tuesday. Filmed at Houston’s Club Nomadic on February 4 before a live audience, the v...
Google has already tried to replace your wireless carrier and Internet provider. Now it's gunning for your cable subscription, too. The company's YouTube TV service, announced this week, offers a bundle of around 40 TV channels for $35 per month. There's no precise launch date, but YouTube says it'll be available later this year. Google goog describes the service as "TV for the YouTube generation" -- subscribers will be able to access it on mobile devices ...
Google has already tried to replace your wireless carrier and Internet provider. Now it’s gunning for your cable subscription, too. The company’s YouTube TV service, announced this week, offers a bundle of around 40 TV channels for $35 per month. There’s no precise launch date, but YouTube says it’ll be available later this year. Google describes the service as “TV for the YouTube generation” — subscribers will be able to access it on mobile devices as...
Google is launching YouTube TV, a standalone streaming TV service with cloud DVR. Sports fandom has been the one pressing reason to stick with the cable companies for more than Internet. This service should make it possible for many sports fans to cut the cord. Here’s a breakdown. Strengths NFL: You get basically every game you were going to get already, unless you are an inveterate football fiend who needs Sunday Ticket and Red Zone. Truth be told, if you’re willing to find a plac...
YouTube announced its new cable-style streaming TV service, known simply as YouTube TV, to considerable fanfare on Tuesday. But as a rival to regular television, it has some significant holes, and that says a lot about the TV business right now. For some cord-cutters who don’t watch a lot of regular television--especially sports--YouTube TV might seem like a pretty great deal at $35 a month. It has 40 or so channels of broadcast and cable TV, including NBC, ABC, the USA Network and Fox. ES...
YouTube has finally unveiled its long-awaited live TV streaming service, dubbed YouTube TV. It will launch soon in major U.S. markets for $35 per month, with more cities to follow after launch. The post YouTube TV is streaming giant’s answer to services like Sling TV, PlayStation Vue appeared first on Digital Trends.
YouTube is officially jumping into the live-streaming television fray with a new subscription service called YouTube TV. The Google-owned streaming video company previewed YouTube TV during a press event held at YouTube’s Los Angeles facility (and live-streamed to press in New York City and San Francisco) on Tuesday afternoon. Prior to the announcement, YouTube boasted that the event would “showcase a new way to experience the TV content you love.” The long-anticipated new serv...