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YouTube Launches Paid Channels


Video sharing site YouTube launched a trial scheme paid channel that offers a variety of video content. In the pilot project, a small number of content creators will provide subscription channels and costs start at 0.99 U.S. Dollars per month.

During the initial offers, each channel offers a 14-day free trial period and perhaps discounts for subscription periods a year, according to a report from the BBC.

The video sharing site Google-owned, it stated, the launch of paid channels is part of an effort to create “content creators earn revenue from their creativity.”

YouTube Launches Paid Channels

YouTube paid services at an early stage is made up of 53 channels that includes diverse segment, including National Geographic Kids, Acorn-United Kingdom television series service providers and Fix My Hog Premium targeting lovers of Harley Davidson.

“It’s a new beginning,”┬ásaid YouTube in their blog. “We will bring up the broader paid channels in the coming weeks.”

According to the media experts, this step will increase the dominance of YouTube on their rivals. “More breadth, world of the internet and television are beginning to converge,” said media expert online or internet, Ian Maude, from consulting firm Enders Analysis, told the BBC.

“YouTube step will complicate the online subscription platform other that generally stands on its own because Google had the infrastructure which facilitates storage, delivery and payment of bills.”

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