It seems that chord cutters will soon have another live TV streaming service to choose from. Google has announced their upcoming subscription service called YouTube TV. This service will compete with already existing providers such as sling and DirecTV Now. According to the Official YouTube blog, YouTube TV will offer networks such as ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, regional sports networks and much more. Google also promises to include DVR with unlimited storage. The service is expected to roll out soon, with the subscription starting at just $35. This will also include access for up to six accounts.
Are you going to try out the new service once it launches, or are you happy with your current provider? Let us know in the comments!