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A month of extensive rollouts continues for YouTube TV, as the service is now available in 12 additional markets.

The news comes just two weeks after Google’s YouTube TV expanded into 14 markets, with the latest additions bringing the total roster up to 41.

The 12 new markets include: Cleveland, Denver, Greensboro, Harrisburg, Hartford, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, San Diego, and St. Louis.

Rollouts seem to ramping up as the $35 per month OTT service debuted in five markets in April, then added 10 more in July.

YouTube TV includes local affiliate channels of major networks in most markets, allows for six accounts per household, and features DVR storage.

Part of YouTube TV’s allure has been its lineup of local channels, which expanded when the service announced a new partnership with Sinclair Broadcast Group in August. The agreement says that the service will carry all of Sinclair’s ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC affiliates as YouTube TV launches in respective markets.

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