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YouTube TV Adds 14 New Markets To Reach 50% Of US Households

Four months after it first launched, YouTube TV is making a big move into living rooms around the country. The so-called "skinny bundle," which includes access to close to 50 TV channels, a YouTube Red subscription, and unlimited cloud-based DVR for $35 per month, has entered 14 new markets, bringing its total coverage of the US population up to 50%. At launch, YouTube TV was available in just five metropolitan areas, but a July expansion brought the skinny bundle to ten more regions across the country.
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