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Google is offering a new way for you to watch videos on YouTube — and a new way for publishers to make money. Starting today you can subscribe to premium channels for $0.99 per month and up.

Paid channels include kids content such as National Geographic Kids and Jim Henson Family TV, and more adult content including UFC fighting, B-movie channel The Asylum, Qello concert performances.

14-day free trials of each channel are available, and most offer ad-free content.


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One reply on “Lilbits (5-09-2013): YouTube launches paid channels”

  1. Re: Cozyswan S400. I’m confused. They refer to it as the MK809IV as well as the S400. (?!)

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