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YouTube Plans To "Frustrate And Seduce" Users To Pay For A Subscription

YouTube Plans To

YouTube Plans To "Frustrate And Seduce" Users To Pay For A Subscription

The video streaming site has added a Go Live button in the YouTube Header and the best part, you will not require any other software to start streaming.

Besides finding a new revenue source, YouTube hopes that a successful service will pacify music industry criticisms that the Google video network is harmful.

YouTube, which is owned by Google, has faced mounting pressure from gun control activists over the prevalence of gun-related videos posted to its site. The service will show more ads to users passively listening to music for long periods of time. He promises lots of videos, playlists and more. A new music streaming service, already being tested by thousands of Google employees, is created to encourage just that.

The new policies will begin to take effect next month.

YouTube is a popular way to stream songs for free, making it a competitor to Apple Music (and Spotify's paid tier).

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"They will appreciate in time the advertising", Cohen said.

In addition to this recent issue with YouTube, Facebook has continually prohibited Spike's Tactical for paying to boost their posts because they are a gun manufacturer, representatives from the company said. Could the upcoming YouTube-based music service offer something different from its Play counterpart? Would more ads "frustrate" you or people you know into subscribing? "Everyone is drunk on the growth of subscription". YouTube has already been funding the production of videos, taking fans behind-the-scenes with artists like rapper G-Eazy and Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello. With 159 million monthly active users, 88 million people around the world use the service's free, ad-supported service. Cohen is a 30 year veteran of the record business and previously worked at Warner Music Group before joining YouTube in 2016.

It's hard to say whether YouTube's livestreaming efforts have been successful so far.

So much for changing the music industry's mind about YouTube.

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