We might have to start shelling out some cash if we want to keep watching YouTube. The Financial Times says rumors about YouTube starting to charge people to watch its videos, could finally become reality this week. With your money, YouTube will be able to compete with the Netflix and Hulu’s of the world. Again, these are just rumors, and it would only affect some YouTube channels but would you really cough up the cash for YouTube?
Pay as You YouTube?
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