The Wall Street Journal is reporting (subscription required) that Google’s YouTube is in discussions with Lionsgate, Sony and Warner Bros about allowing users to stream movies on a rental basis, marking one of the online video giant’s first moves toward charging for content instead of making it available free with advertising.
WSJ: YouTube To Stream Pics On Rental Basis With Lionsgate, Sony, Warner Bros
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