Well it’s official: YouTube is rolling out a new program that allows some of its premium channel partners to charge consumers a monthly subscription fee to gain access to its content.
In its quest to pull in premium content, Google is apparently ready to roll out its first set of paid YouTube channel subscriptions.
A new crop of television-quality video content may be heading to YouTube soon — but not unless you pay for it.
YouTube is rolling out a brand new look on its website that emphasizes its growing channel-based ecosystem of content creators.
YouTube has reached a new agreement with commercial airline Virgin America that will bring web video content to passengers during flights, the site announced today.
Popular video production company Maker Studios is apparently raising a new round of funding led by old media entertainment company Time Warner.
While major TV news networks are almost entirely devoted to discussion of the 2012 presidential debates between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, a handful of online streaming services are offering coverage of the fringe candidates — aka the people who have no chance of actually winning the election in November.
Lately, the world’s most popular video site YouTube has put its full focus on channels, specifically its new premium partner channels like Nerdist and the new Tech Feed channel by Revision3. However, there’s still plenty of one-off videos and creators out there that deserve attention, and YouTube is working on a way to deliver.
The recent changes video sharing site YouTube has experienced are apparently paying off.
YouTube is launching a new film festival channel in partnership with the Venice Film Festival and film director Ridley Scott, the company announced today.