MLB Network Steps Up to Bat On YouTube TV
YouTube TV subscribers now have access to the MLB Network. Baseball fans will be able to watch all the content available on the MLB Network, which includes new programs and games. YouTube TB subscribers will be able to upgrade the experience to the MLB.tv product, which provides wider access to games, for an unspecified fee. At the same time, MLB an YouTube TV have expanded on an advertising partnership that will see YouTube TV’s branding prominently displayed during segments of baseball games. YouTube TV is an over-the-top streaming video service. It costs $35 per month, though the price is rising to $40 per month on March 13. The service is available to 85% of Americans and includes more than 50 live local, sports, and other channels.
T-Mobile Pitches Free MLB Content to Customers
T-Mobile today said baseball fans will be able to watch every regular season Major League Baseball game on their smartphones for free. T-Mobile has again partnered with MLB and is providing customers with access to a free year of MLB.TV Premium, which includes MLB.com At Bat Premium.
YouTube Live Streaming from Mobile Devices Coming Soon
YouTube today said users will soon be able to stream video live from their mobile phones. The video site already supports live streaming from PCs, and YouTube first promised to bring live streaming to phones last summer.
T-Mobile Brings Back MLB.tv Offer Just In Time for Opening Day
T-Mobile is offering customers a chance to access MLB.tv free for a third year in a row. T-Mobile announced that baseball fans will be able to watch every regular season Major League Baseball game on their smartphones through 2018.
YouTube TV Gains More Channels, But Still Limited to Just a Few Cities
YouTube TV recently added a handful of new channels to its monthly internet-based TV offering. Subscribers will now be able to access and watch programs on AMC, BBC America, IFC TV, Sundance TV, Telemundo, Univision, and We TV.
YouTube TV Gains More Channels, But Price Goes Up
Subscribers to Google's YouTube TV service now have access to more content in more places for more dollars per month. The live TV and video service is adding a number of Turner-owned stations to its lineup, including Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, CNN, HLN, TBS, TNT, truTV, and Turner Classic Movies.
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