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YouTube TV offers some add-ons for $2 for 2 months

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Turn on YouTube TV+ today and you’ll find that a pretty good deal is waiting for you. A number of add-ons are currently available for $1 per month for the next two months before reverting to their usual price.

The deal is good on some 22 add-on channels, from ALLBLK and AMC+ to Up Faith & Family and WEtv+. The full price varies depending on the service – Cinemax is the highest at $10 per month and Law & Crime the lowest at $2 per month.

YouTube TV add-ons.
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Here’s the list of all the add-ons available for $1 per month for the first two months, and what they’ll cost you after that:

  • ALLBLK: $5 per month thereafter
  • AMC+: $7 per month thereafter
  • Acorn TV: $6 per month after
  • CONtv: $5 per month thereafter
  • Cinemax: $10 per month after
  • Comedy Dynamics: $5 per month after
  • Docurama: $5 per month thereafter
  • Dove: $5 per month thereafter
  • EPIX: $6 per month thereafter
  • Fox Nation: $6 per month after
  • Fandor: $4 per month thereafter
  • IFC Films Unlimited: $6 per month after
  • Law and Crime: $2 per month afterward
  • Pantaya: $6 per month thereafter
  • STARZ: $9 per month thereafter
  • Screambox: $5 per month after
  • ScreenPix: $3 per month after
  • Showtime: $9 per month after
  • Shudder: $6 a month after that
  • Sundance Now: $7 per month after
  • UP Faith & Family: $6 per month after
  • WE tv+: $6 per month thereafter

YouTube TV is believed to be the second largest live streaming service in the United States after Hulu With Live TV. We last got updated numbers in October 2020, when the service said it had “over 3 million” paid subscribers. It hasn’t updated us since and Hulu With Live TV just announced it was back at 4 million paid subscribers.

YouTube TV costs $65 per month for the basic service, which gets you close to 100 live (or linear) channels, including your local broadcast partners. YouTube TV is also one of the few services that offers live programming in 4K resolution, although it will cost you an extra $20 per month. It also has the optional add-ons mentioned above, as well as HBO Max ($15 per month), NBA League Pass ($29 per month or $200 per year), and Sports ($11 per month) and Entertainment ($30) packages.

YouTube TV is available on every major streaming platform, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Google TV, Apple TV, various smart TV systems, game consoles, and in a web browser.

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Cabell County sees 30 car accidents after the weather

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Cabell County sees 30 car accidents after the weather

HUNTINGTON, WV (WOWK) — In the Mountain State, winter weather can make navigating our country roads much more dangerous.

This was made clear with the first round of wintry weather that hit much of the region Wednesday morning.

According to Cabell County Dispatch, there were about 30 reported motor vehicle accidents between 4:45 a.m. and noon.

Many of them were uninjured accidents, but a few people were transported for injuries, according to the dispatch.

In an accident, a car had crashed into the guardrails on a westbound 5th Street ramp to I-64. Another happened on the 6th Street bridge and closed it off for a while after the driver crashed into the center barrier. Fortunately, according to the dispatch, there were no injuries in this one.

“So early in the winter season, people just drive like it’s still 80 degrees; it hits people and they don’t think that far ahead: the road construction areas, the rush hour,” said Tom Bray, a truck driver from St. Louis, Missouri.

Beau Evans, director of road safety for the city of Huntington, says that when the road is wet and it is cold, drivers should treat the road as if it were covered in ice. He also says it’s important to make sure your car is winter-ready – with properly inflated tires with a good profile and having an emergency kit in case you get stuck in the snow.

Evans says the first ice and snow of the year is usually a rough awakening for many drivers unaccustomed to these conditions.

“It’s important for drivers to know that when that happens, they need to slow down. It’s a shame that raw awakening makes everyone sit up and pay attention,” Evans says.

He says salt trucks and plows have already been in the area to spread salt. Still, Evans urges drivers to be careful, as even a thin layer of ice on the road becomes very dangerous for drivers.

By midday, many drivers say the roads didn’t seem so bad. However, they tell us that extra caution is absolutely necessary at this time of year.

“Usually people don’t notice it until they’re working on it and it’s too late. I work in West Virginia and I see it all the time, just people just don’t slow down for it anymore… Just take it easy, pay more attention to what’s around you. And they just don’t do it anymore,” said Curtis Preston, a driver from Paintsville, Kentucky.

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Windy weather comes before a winter storm

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Grant’s Wednesday Night Forecast

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) — Strong winds will develop in parts of New Mexico Wednesday night as our first official winter storm of the season arrives Thursday night. Heavy snowfall is possible for the mountains of southern Colorado and far northern New Mexico.

Winds will begin to pick up over New Mexico tonight as a fast-moving jet stream enters the state. High wind warnings are in effect for the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, where gusts of up to 65 mph are possible. Tonight wind advisories are in effect for areas east of the Sandias and Manzanos where gusts of 55 mph are possible.

Winds will continue in New Mexico on Thursday as our first official winter storm of the season approaches the state. Rain and snow will begin in the mountains of northwestern New Mexico and southern Colorado on Thursday evening. Rain and snow will move east through Friday morning, but moisture will move east.

Light rain is possible in the Albuquerque metro Friday morning, while light snow is possible in areas such as Farmington, Santa Fe, Grants, Gallup, Las Vegas and the East Mountains. Strong winds will continue statewide, especially Friday morning, where gusts over 45 mph can reach most of the state, and gusts over 65 mph will be possible in eastern New Mexico, which also sees dust. can blow.

Few travel problems are to be expected with this storm system. Mountain passes in northern and western New Mexico, along with southern Colorado, will face the biggest travel problems due to snow and drifting snow. Winds in the eastern half of the state could also cause some travel problems Friday morning.

Much colder weather, the coldest of the season so far, will move into Saturday morning and Saturday afternoon. High pressure will cause temperatures to rise above average again early next week. By the middle of next week, another storm system may be on the horizon.

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Detroit Public TV host Christy McDonald leaves station

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Longtime 97.1 The Ticket host Jamie Samuelsen, his wife and PBS Detroit anchor, Christy McDonald, and their three children.  Samuelsen died in 2020 after a 19-month battle with colon cancer.  He was 48.

Christy McDonald, a reporter and anchor at Detroit’s PBS affiliate, is leaving her job next month, she announced Wednesday.

The award-winning journalist said she’s had “a little too much change for my liking for the past 3 years. Cancer, a pandemic, grief, all this time raising three teenagers is pretty tough,” she said in a post on her website. “But as I struggled to keep balance on life’s stability ball, I’m coming to terms with the need for change that pushes us further than we thought we could ever do.”

In 2020, her husband, sports media personality Jamie Samuelsen, died after battling colon cancer.

McDonald, who grew up in Troy, wrote on Wednesday that the decision not to renew her contract with Detroit Public Television after a 10-year relationship came after “months of reflection.”

Longtime 97.1 The Ticket host Jamie Samuelsen, his wife and PBS Detroit anchor, Christy McDonald, and their three children.  Samuelsen died in 2020 after a 19-month battle with colon cancer.  He was 48.

“… It’s time to learn more, time for new opportunities and new thinking,” she said. “I look forward to using my skills to lead important conversations, raise women’s voices in leadership, and tell more stories about our changing community.”

According to her website, she is the editor-in-chief of A Detroit, a weekly political/news analysis show, and has appeared on the PBS NewsHour and CNN, reporting on Michigan politics and the Detroit financial crisis.

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