YouTube Will Experiment With Paid Subscriptions
I remember the first time I used YouTube, not the exact date, but how it looked and how it has changed over the time. We have seen a huge transformation in the site these last three or five years. It seems that the video player is getting smaller and smaller to make room for all the advertisement. Now, YouTube has plans to experiment with paid subscriptions. They say it can work in two ways; people should pay individually for every subscription, or a bundle which may include something like a free browsing through all the channels. Why is this happening? well, according to the New York Times, those big companies that produce and upload videos for their YouTube channels, such as Samsung ( it is only an example) want to make a little profit from that. YouTube expects to replace our cable box in a few years, but I don’t know if these changes will improve the company. Leave us your comments.