TechCrunch: Today we’re excited to announce that YouTube will be launching a new interactive entertainment platform in 2018, and it will bring new ways for creators to interact with users.
This year, we’re announcing the YouTube TV service, a video streaming platform that lets users stream their favorite YouTube videos directly to the living room via their TV or other set-top box.
We’ve also launched the YouTube app, a companion application to the YouTube service, that will provide creators with the tools and access to the most popular YouTube videos in real-time.
The YouTube TV app will allow creators to stream videos to their living room on their computers, tablets, phones, or TVs.
They can also watch the videos on their favorite streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video, and YouTube TV.
In 2018, YouTube TV will be available for $9.99 per month and will come with a free 12-month trial of YouTube TV, including the ability to access YouTube TV directly on the living rooms of consumers.
The subscription plan will be priced at $9 a month, which will include unlimited video, audio, and photo storage for videos and photo albums.
Additionally, the app will be free to use and will work with any YouTube TV device, including Chromecast, Roku, and Apple TV.
The service is designed to be a powerful alternative to traditional TV streaming services and to provide a convenient way for creators and viewers to engage with one another.
YouTube TV is available to consumers in the U.S. and Canada, and will be offered for $99 per year.