>> Look out Netflix, there's a new player in the internet TV space. Alphabet on YouTube has announced it's launching its own live TV service, joining the fight for mobile loving younger audiences who've cut the chord on pricey cable and satellite packages or never signed up at all. The new offering called YouTube TV is to initially debut in the US in the coming months and will feature more than 40 US broadcast networks and cable channels at a cost of around $35 a month for six accounts.
Subscribers will be able to watch original program that appears on YouTube Red, a service that includes movies and popular YouTube video creatives. It will compete with similar services such as Hulu and Netflix, the next step in the YTV works in the internet age.