YouTube (GOOG), which is making a huge push into professional content, is thinking of selling...
YouTube (GOOG), which is making a huge push into professional content, is thinking of selling subscriptions for access to some of its offerings. Division chief Salar Kamangar suggests smaller channels receiving minimal affiliate fees from pay-TV providers could be included, as could some existing content providers. The FCC is exploring whether to regulate online video sites in a manner similar to pay-TV providers, and thus guarantee them access to the same content.
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