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Google to Get into Primetime TV Market

Posted by: , 11:59 AEDT, Wed December 2, 2009

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Google’s video site has been trying to convince the TV industry to let it stream individual shows for a fee

Google’s video site has been trying to convince the TV industry to let it stream individual shows for a fee.

YouTube already lets users watch a large amount of TV shows for free, with advertising but, its hoping to start doing something similar to Apple and Amazon.

Google has plans to show TV episodes, without commercials, for $1.99 an episode, available the day after they air on broadcast or cable.


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