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YouTube TV Arrives to Take on Hulu, Netflix and Traditional Pay Television

YouTube TV Arrives to Take on Hulu, Netflix and Traditional Pay Television

YouTube TV Arrives to Take on Hulu, Netflix and Traditional Pay Television

Those who sign up will get access to YouTube Red Originals content as well as 'dozens of popular cable networks.' You'll get access to the big ones - ESPN, ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC - as well as other things like Fox News, FX and U.S., E! and Bravo, and more.

YouTube users watch as many as 1 billion hours of video a day on the service, the company said earlier this week. Some content with restrictions, like National Football League games, may be blocked on mobile but will be available on TV and on desktop. Here no doubt to take on the likes of PlayStation Vue, DirecTV NOW, Sling TV and similar, YouTube TV gives subscribers access to major networks like ABC, CBS, and FOX, as well as major sports networks, an unlimited cloud DVR, and even six accounts under a single monthly subscription. YouTube says it has big plans for making ads relevant, and there will be a mix of the ads you see on the free version of YouTube and the ads that traditional TV subscribers see.

What YouTube is really pushing, though, is the notion that while it may have the same programming as its competitors, it will have a better service.

Justin Connolly, an executive vice president at Disney and ESPN, said in a statement that the service would allow networks to reach "young, mobile-first audiences". Recode reports that Google's artificial intelligence software will power the service's recommendation system. Those kinds of numbers show exactly why YouTube is entering the market for TV: As more viewers shift their media consumption to Internet streaming options, Google risks having some of that consumption flow to other services.

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It will cost $35 per month and include a virtual DVR service.

You'll be able to record live shows and save them to the app without storage limits, where you can keep them for up to nine months. Viacom, whose networks include MTV and Nickelodeon, and Time Warner, parent of TNT and CNN, are both absent.

All of the live digital services provide TV networks an avenue to make up for their loss of customers to "cord cutting", or the dropping of pay TV.

The over-the-top service will let people wach on any device.

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