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18 hours ago, Marcus Fernandez said:

When will YouTube TV streaming services be available

It will be available once YouTube/Google/Alphabet/Whatever they are calling themselves week get around to producing an app for the platform.

LG do not write the apps, it is down to the content providers much in the same way Google & Apple do not write every app for their respective platforms.

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