YouTube TV expands nationwide in Time for the Super Bowl. The streaming TV service has expanded to 95 additional markets. YouTube TV is now available in 98% of the U.S. Subscribers pay $40 a month to watch more than 60 networks. The subscription also includes unlimited Cloud DVR storage. Users can create six profiles per subscription and watch on their TV, phone, tablet or computer. YouTube is hoping many new users will try the service for the Super Bowl. Super Bowl LIII will be broadcast by CBS on Sunday, Feb. 3 at 6:30 p.m. EST.
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