Baseball fans woke up this morning to find that YouTube TV was stupidly not carrying the MLB Network on their now-worthless service. YouTube TV sent out the following email to their subscribers about the MLB Network: We have been working hard to renew our deal with the MLB Network to continue carrying their content on YouTube TV. However, we have been unable to reach an agreement, and starting today, January 31, 2023, MLB Network content will no longer be available…"MLB Network Dropped By YouTube TV And It’s Depressing"
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At midnight ET, YouTube TV yanked ABC, Disney, ESPN, SEC Network, Freeform, National Geographic and the other Disney-owned networks. (Sunday PM update: An agreement was reached.) When I moved apartments in 2018, I made the decision to cut the cord after seeing how high the RCN bill was at the time. I don’t ask a lot of cable providers except for two things: the ability to watch the MLB Network and Kentucky Wildcats. And now,…"YouTube TV Yanks Disney, ESPN, SEC Network"
Waking up to the news that Roku and YouTube TV are duking it out is especially frustrating when YouTube TV is how I watch TV. It’s frustrating because this isn’t the first time they’ve done this. No, last year–they prevented Roku users from being able to watch Peacock and HBO Max on our devices for several months. When one’s livelihood revolves around watching TV and film, having Roku block access to a streaming services is…"An Open Letter to Roku, YouTube TV, and Google"