Updated: As many as 17 more US markets will get the service in "the coming weeks." The list includes the following names:
Austin, Birmingham, Cleveland-Akron, Denver, Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek, Greensboro-High Point-Winston Salem, Harrisburg-Lancaster-Lebanon-York, Hartford-New Haven, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Norfolk-Portsmouth-Newport News, Oklahoma City, Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City, San Diego, and St. Louis.
The following 14 markets recently got the service: Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati, Columbus, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Louisville, Memphis, Nashville, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, Seattle, Tampa, and West Palm Beach.
Original story follows:
Last month, Google announced that its YouTube TV service will be launched in more US markets in near future. Inline with that, the streaming video service is now available in a total of 10 new locations.
These locations include Dallas-Fort Worth, Washington D.C., Houston, Atlanta, Phoenix, Detroit, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, and Charlotte.
There's a free, 1-month trial before you start paying - the service costs $35/month. For the uninitiated, YouTube TV delivers live TV from major broadcast networks such as ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC, alongside "popular cable networks".
I think it violates the 4th posting rule to post such links. Also, if I give you a link to, say, CanadIPTV (made-up name) and that you live in the US, it won't be relevant. You can either Google IPTV, [Country/city/county] IPTV or go to some te...
Can you post a link of the service you are talking about