What's Next? YouTube TV Is Latest Streamer

YouTube just announced it will launch its own streaming service, featuring ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and 30 major cable networks, but none from Viacom -- like MTV or Comedy Central, and apparently nothing from Time Warner, which means no CNN.

YouTube's bundle will cost consumers $35 a month and will feature what seems to be superior DVR capacity, compared to competitors. 

It will be called YouTube TV.

It joins a crowded pool of streaming services: SlingTV, PlayStation Vue and DirecTV Now. And still to come is Hulu's streaming video entry. Each service seems to have its pluses and negatives, and as the market becomes more crowded, those differences will no doubt be magnified. 

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