YouTube TV Reportedly Adding NFL Network and RedZone

Kyle says this changes everything.

YouTube TV is reportedly going to add NFL Network and a sports package that includes RedZone.

Writes Jason Gurwin at The Streamable:

YouTube TV will be launching a new add-on called “Sports Plus” as soon as tomorrow, which will include NFL RedZone. The package will include Fox College Sports, Fox Soccer Plus, GOLTV, MAVTV, Stadium, and TVG. We expect pricing to be at least $10 for the add-on, with the service expected to expand the package with more channels in the future.

But the bigger news for NFL fans, YouTube TV will also be adding NFL Network to their base tier.

NFL Network and NFL RedZone have become increasingly difficult to get for streamers. In June, Sling TV dropped the channels, making fuboTV and Vidgo as the only Live TV Streaming Services with the channels.

YouTube TV recently increased their monthly price to $64.99, which was a 30% hike. They added some shitty channels that nobody watches, like MTV, but have strayed away from the “bundling” that traditional services like Verizon and Comcast offer.

But this is good for football fans, who couldn’t watch some of the Thursday night games that appeared exclusively on NFL Network. And more sports via the add-on is always a good thing.

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