When Google initially announced YouTube Red — a paid service that would allow YouTube users to watch ad-free videos, access a library of original shows and use the YouTube Music app with background play — it sounded like a novel idea. But it never took off quite like Google expected it to, which left some …
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YouTube has a massive presence this year at Vidcon 2017, and the Google-owned video giant used the event to take the wraps off some huge improvements coming the the YouTube VR experience. The new VR180 platform is a collaboration between YouTube and Google’s Daydream VR division that aims to simplify the production process for content creators. …
Over the past few weeks, Netflix has been dominating headlines with a wide assortment of announcements and acquisitions, but even as the popular online streaming service grows exponentially larger than it has in years past, its staunchest competition yet has been gearing up to steal eyeballs away in 2016.
YouTube has just launched a $9.99/month subscription service called YouTube Red that aims to compete with similar products from the competition. But in addition to removing ads from all YouTube videos, YouTube Red might soon offer users access to movies and TV shows, a new report says.