YouTube TV, the online streaming giant’s very own standalone TV streaming service, has now completed its rollout in the United States. The company announced today that it’s service is now available in every U.S. TV market. Glendive, Montana area was the final TV market in the country where the service was not available and that is no longer the case.
The company confirmed through its official Twitter account today that with Glendive, Montana getting YouTube TV as well, the service’s rollout across the United States has now been officially completed. “YouTube TV is available in every television market in the U.S.,” it said.
YouTube announced back in January this year that the over-the-top streaming service was available in 195 markets across the country. With today’s announcement, it’s confirmed to be available in all 210 television markets in the country. However, the service will vary depending on the market.
Some areas will not offer all four major local networks that are available on YouTube. Fox, NBC, ABC, and CBS are the four major networks available on the service. Those who are interested in subscribing should check with their ZIP code on the YouTube TV website to see what’s the availability live in their particular market.