On today’s Q4 2019 Earnings Call, Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai shared that YouTube TV has surpassed two million subscribers. The service is now the third largest Live TV Streaming Service.
It is behind Hulu Live TV, which announced 3.2 Million subscribers, and Sling TV which had 2.7 Million at the end of the last quarter. YouTube TV is now substantially larger than AT&T TV NOW, which lost 219,000 subscribers and now has fewer than a million — and fuboTV which is projected to have about 300,000.
YouTube TV has been actively trying to recruit PlayStation Vue customers leaving the services due to its January shutdown. The company reportedly reached a marketing agreement to promote the service to Vue subscribers, as well as for permission to release a PS4 app.
Updated to Include Latest Hulu Numbers
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