Would you pay to watch YouTube?
Have you ever thought about paying to watch some of those hundreds of YouTube channels?
Ad Age reports that YouTube is asking some of its producers to create paid channels, and it’s kicking around charging users for access to live events, certain shows and content libraries, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
YouTube has more than 200 music and comedy channels, 750-plus film and entertainment channels, more than 200 gaming channels and nearly 600 cooking and health channels, just to name a few of the categories.
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