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YouTube TV comes to 14 more US cities like Boston, Seattle & Pittsburgh

Google's nascent YouTube TV on Thursday expanded into 14 more U.S. cities, a few notable places being Baltimore, Boston, Las Vegas, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Seattle, and Tampa.




The other additions include Cincinnati, Columbus, Jacksonville, Louisville, Memphis, San Antonio, and West Palm Beach. YouTube TV is now available in 29 markets in total.

Currently the service offers over 50 channels, such as the big four broadcasters (ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC) and related stations. Notably missing are networks from Turner and Viacom such as CNN, TBS, Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, and Nickelodeon. Only two add-ons are available, Showtime and Fox Soccer Plus.

Subscriptions cost $35 per month for a base package with six accounts. Subscribers can watch via Chromecast, an iPhone or iPad, a Mac or Windows PC, and various Android devices. There is no native Apple TV app, but the iOS client does support AirPlay.

The service's biggest draw may be its free cloud DVR functions, which have no storage limits. Customers also get a free Chromecast after their first payment, and free access to YouTube Red Originals, but not other Red features like offline caching.