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YouTube to try its hand at OnDemand Content

Will start a beta with Google employees soon

| Online Video News | Posted: Sep 3, 2009 2:31 am

Alright, it seems the content distribution market is becoming like the netbook market. Everyone has or wants something to offer for download.

 

The latest in the game of low priced content is YouTube, fo course this means Google in reality but hey who's checking

 

Youtube the spawning grounds of more Mind Numbing viedos that just about any other in the history of the internet is looking to ink a deal that would allow they to provide premium (pronounce that new release) video content at a pay per view pricing rate.

 

This is an interesting change and would put them into competition with people like Netflix. For starters the films will only be Standard Definition but maybe with Google's bank account they can entice the studios into allowing some streaming HD content soon

 

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