"YouTube has launched a pilot project that provides for the subscription of a monthly subscription for access to certain channels"
The evolution of YouTube is very clear to those who follow the web for a few years: in a first step the available content was created by users through the YouTube platform had a chance to demonstrate their videos for free. The video quality was not professional, but that was just the starting point to create a considerable mass of users.
The phenomenon is then exploded with the availability of simple tools for video editing, also supported by new hardware and new mobile devices. In the meantime, YouTube was acquired by Google and shows the willingness to bring more and more content on the network quality, with the clear aim to capture the attention of potential investors and thus make the project profitable.
Since 2007 there is a YouTube partner program that allows those who manage channels on the network to receive a portion of the advertising fees obtained from Google. YouTube currently estimates that there are over a million channels capable of generating profits and, according to reports from the blog 's official YouTube, by the operators of these channels is requiring greater flexibility in distributing and monetizing content.
For these reasons a YouTube has launched a pilot project that allows you to offer paid content to a limited number of partners. The complete list of pay channels is available at this address and the monthly subscription at a cost of 0.99 U.S. dollars. For each pay channel is provided a sort of trial period of 14 days during which the access is free.