Taylor Swift lands her own channel on DirecTV streaming service

Singer launching channel on DirecTV's new streaming service


Taylor Swift is about to become a lot more available.

The singer is launching a channel on DirecTV Now, a new streaming TV service from AT&T announced Monday.

The channel will see Taylor provide video, concert performances, and behind-the-scenes footage along with commentary for T-Swizz herself, according to just released press information.

Earlier this year, Swift signed a wide-ranging deal with AT&T to appear at a pre-Super Bowl concert on February 4 for AT&T’s DirecTV brand.

The Swift channel is one of 120 services to launch on Wednesday, November 30. Customers can chose between packages starting at $35 per month up to $70 per month with HBO and Cinemax for $5 more per month.

Notably absent from the package is broadcast network CBS, which could not come to terms with AT&T about pricing. At least two sports services, ESPN and FOX Sports are offered in the basic package. Basic packages will carry Fox News, CNN and Bloomberg TV.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post.