YouTube may be working on a live TV streaming service called Unplugged. According to a Bloomberg report, the service would offer users cable TV channels streamed over the internet and packages may start at less than $35. YouTube has overhauled its technical architecture and may be planning to debut the service 2017. In addition, the company’s executives may have already discussed its plans with media companies such as NBCUniversal, Viacom, Twenty-First Century Fox, and CBS, however they have yet to secure any rights.
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