YouTube, Google, Netflix and Amazon to launch online TV channels
Ars Technic: A new, online TV channel will launch in the next few weeks, and we have some more details on what it will be.
The new channel, called YouTube Live, will debut on Thursday, November 15, in the US.
It’s a live TV channel that streams on Google’s YouTube, but instead of YouTube, it will stream from Amazon’s Twitch platform.
At launch, the channel will feature a mix of traditional and streaming TV shows.
It will also stream from various other streaming services including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, HBO Now, and others.
The channel is likely to have the same basic functionality as the existing YouTube channels that stream on YouTube, including live shows and clips, and it will likely have a similar streaming experience to the existing streaming service that streams from Netflix.
Google and Amazon have partnered to launch a variety of online TV platforms, including Hulu, Netflix, and YouTube.
The service was announced in February, but was later canceled by the three companies.
The new YouTube Live will likely be a continuation of that partnership.
Amazon also announced a new online TV service, called Video On Demand, in November that will include content from YouTube, Amazon, and other streaming platforms.
The Google-owned company has also been working to bring its own video streaming service to the web, but that service has been delayed.
In a statement, Google said it will “work with the creators of this new online service to bring their content to YouTube, as well as other platforms that support content creators.”
We look forward to working with Amazon and other partners to deliver this new service to users.
Google has been working with streaming service providers to offer its own online TV services.
One of the most recent additions to this service was the Amazon Prime Instant Video service, which launched in December and is available on both iOS and Android.
Last month, Amazon announced a similar service, but it was pulled from the Google Play store.
Amazon Prime has been a major driver of Google’s video streaming business, and Amazon Prime members are now able to stream content from the company’s video service without paying a monthly fee.