YouTube TV released only four months ago, and it’s consistently expanding beyond its initial five markets. Yesterday, the company declared that the service will be available in 14 new US markets, which means 50 percent of US households have access. It plans to expand to 17 more markets in the “coming weeks.” Here’s the complete list of where YouTube TV is expanding now and where it’ll be expanding later:
Launching now: Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati, Columbus, Jacksonville-Brunswick, Las Vegas, Louisville, Memphis, Nashville, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, Seattle-Tacoma, Tampa-St. Petersburg-Sarasota, and West Palm Beach-Ft. Pierce
Launching later: 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
YouTube TV initially rolled out in five massive markets — New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, and Philadelphia — and later came to 10 other places. Basically, YouTube TV is trying to expand to anywhere that has an internet connection, and it’s trying to make its service more worthwhile than conventional cable providers. It offers nearly 50 networks, including ESPN and AMC, and costs $35 a month.