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Possible shooter causes YouTube HQ in California to go on lockdown

6 patients have been reported so far.

At the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California, police have responded to multiple 911 calls regarding a possible active shooter in the area.

KRON4, a San Franciso-based news network, reports that one witness heard 20 different shots at one point, and at 1:00 PM local time, the San Bruno Poice Department tweeted that residents should stay away from 901 Cherry Ave. due to “police activity.”

YouTube employees have been seen  [Read More…]

The price of YouTube TV goes up to $40 per month today

The YouTube TV pricing of $ 35 per month is unfortunately no more, as today the service increases to $ 40 per month. The hike in price sees the streaming service align with comparable streaming services such as Sony’s PS Vue, and Hulu’s Live TV. Google announced the plan to increase the pricing of YouTube TV last […]

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This is your last chance to get YouTube TV for $35 a month

Today is the last day to subscribe to YouTube TV for $ 35 a month.

YouTube TV‘s price hike is going into effect from tomorrow, March 13, with new subscribers having to shell out $ 40 a month, up $ 5 from the existing rate of $ 35. The service offers over 40 live channels — including the likes of ESPN, Disney, and Fox — and there’s a native app for Android TV along with support for  [Read More…]

YouTube to soon offer an easy way to replace video background

YouTube will make it easier to replace that ugly background in your video. The feature is currently in testing in a beta group for creators, but will become more widely available at a later date.

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YouTube Live updated with IFTTT integration and automatic captions

Live chat replays and location tags are also here.

If you’ve ever hosted a livestream, chances are you did so on YouTube Live. YouTube’s feature set for livestreaming is already pretty great, but now it’s getting even better with four new features.

First off, Google’s finally launching something that it announced almost a year ago at Google I/O 2017 — IFTTT integration with Super Chat. Super Chats are paid comments you can make during a live stream  [Read More…]

YouTube TV adds more channels and markets but gets a price bump

Google announced today that its YouTube TV service is expanding to more cities, as well as adding a list of new channels to its lineup. The new crop includes TNT, Adult Swim, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network, truTV and Turner Classic Movies. What’s more, sports lovers will be thrilled to hear that NBA TV and the […]

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You can now ask Alexa about your YouTube stats with the TubeBuddy skill

Wanna know how your latest video is doing, or how many subs you have? Just ask Alexa.

It’s now easier than ever to obsess over your YouTube stats, thanks to a new Amazon Alexa Skill from TubeBuddy. If you’re not using the TB service — it brings together a whole bunch of YouTube stats and best practices and basically helps you do things better — you definitely need to check it out.

Plus, ya know, they got some guy to  [Read More…]

Updated YouTube Go app now available in over 130 countries

YouTube Go, a version of the YouTube app designed for users with more restrictive data access, first launched in India last year and ended 2017 with 15 total countries. Today that number is being expanded significantly with over 130 countries now able to enjoy the benefits of YouTube Go.

The primary focus for YouTube Go is to provide the user with significantly greater control over the amount of data used, including the size of the app itself at under 10MB versus the  [Read More…]

YouTube TV finally comes to Roku for $35/month

Available for all Roku TVs and select streaming boxes/sticks.

YouTube TV gained a lot of traction in the live Internet TV market last year, and its 2018 is already off to a great start. Just a day after announcing that it’d be the official broadcaster for LAFC soccer matches, an official YouTube TV app is now available on Roku.

This is something we were already expecting to happen, but nonetheless, it’s exciting that Roku users have yet  [Read More…]

YouTube TV will be the official broadcaster of LAFC soccer games

Basically, YouTube TV is taking the place of a traditional local broadcast station.

From expansions in new markets to launching a full-fledged smart TV app, YouTube TV saw some big improvements throughout 2017. As we’re getting ready to close out the first month of 2018, it’s been confirmed that YouTube TV will be the official broadcaster of all upcoming LAFC soccer games.

Even if you’re not into soccer like me (sorry, Andrew), this is a big step  [Read More…]