Following others like Dish, AT&T and Sony, YouTube has presented its own online pay TV service, called YouTube TV.
The service, which will at first be available solely in the US, will cost 35 dollars a month and provide access to 40 linear networks.
YouTube TV's offer, which includes the channels ABC, NBC, CBS y Fox, stands out in terms of sports content as well, providing access to channels like ESPN, Fox Sports and Comcast SportsNet.
"There's no question that millennials love great TV content, but what we are seeing is that they don't want to watch it in the traditional setting," said Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube.
YouTube TV will offer six accounts per subscription, exclusive content from YouTube Red and a virtual DVD with unlimited capacity to store content.