YouTube is planning to offer lots of new content for its paid users. The video streaming service provider will soon roll out Pay-to-View videos, which can be accessed by paying $10 per month. This new paid subscription option will allow users to watch lots of new content without the ads. This paid service is not compulsory, as YouTube will keep offering free videos as usual.
The video streaming company is still working on its premium content, so this new paid service will roll out sometime in 2016. These new programs may feature some of its top stars, which can be accessed by only paid subscribers. According to a report of Wall Street Journal, YouTube has signed up some big companies like Time Warner’s Time Table, A+E Networks Inc., 21st Century Fox’s Fox Sports and Comcast NBCUniversal for creating exclusive content for its video streaming site. Google is also in talks with Disney for new programs.
Till now, YouTube has not announced any specific date about when this new service will go live. Back in September, there were rumors that this service will start rolling out by the end of that month, but that didn’t happen. So we can’t tell you about the specific release date of this new paid service from YouTube. YouTube will give more details about this project on its event on October 21st in Los Angeles.