YouTube TV has removed MLB Network from its service after failing to renew its contract. Streamable“This channel’s previous library recordings will also no longer be accessible,” the streamer wrote. You can watch.”
The dispute appears to be over compensation, according to a MLB Network statement. MLB Network is part of YouTube’s $65 base plan and is one of the few to deliver 4K content as part of YouTube TV’s 4K Plus add-on.
Baseball season is still months away, so the news isn’t all that tragic just yet. Restored a day later. This gives hope that the streaming company can reach an agreement with MLB Network before next season’s games are disrupted.
In the meantime, “MLB Network includes Altice USA (Optimum), AT&T U-verse, Charter Communications (Spectrum), Comcast, Cox Communications, DIRECTV, DIRECTV Stream, DISH, fuboTV, Sling TV, Verizon Fios and many others. We are,” MLB Network wrote.
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