After coming Earlier in the week, YouTube TV and NBC Universal agreed on a “short-term” agreement for streaming services to continue carrying content from the broadcaster. With the expansion, YouTube TV subscribers will not lose access to more than a dozen channels, including NBC, Bravo and Golf, while companies try to negotiate long-term deals.
A spokesman for NBC Universal said: “NBC Universal and YouTube TV have agreed to a brief expansion while the parties continue discussions.” . “NBCUniversal will not be dark on YouTube TV tonight at midnight.”
When the controversy first surfaced, YouTube said it would reduce the monthly cost of its services from $ 65 to $ 55 per month if customers lost access to NBCU content. It is currently unclear how long the current extension will last. At the heart of the controversy is how much YouTube has to pay for the broadcaster’s content.
“For the duration of our agreement, YouTube TV wants the same rates for receiving the same size of services from NBCU so that we can continue to offer YouTube TV to members at competitive and fair prices,” said Google-owned service At the beginning of the week. A spokesman for YouTube also said Diversity NBCU asked the company to bundle Peacock Premium with its TV service, claiming that customers would have to pay double for the same content.
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