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YouTube Joins the Video Rental Market

Posted by: , 09:39 AEST, Tue April 27, 2010

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YouTube has finally decided to enter the online video rental market with a decent selection of movies and TV shows priced between 99 cents and

YouTube is finally entering the online video rental market with a decent selection of movies and TV shows priced between 99 cents and $3.99 .

YouTube has about 500 partners, including films from the Sundance Festival, to provide you with a vast selection of content.   Granted, a lot of these movies are obscure and you probably have never heard of them but, there are a few big names that you will recognize, such as Reservoir Dogs and The Cove.

The window time in which you have to watch the rental ranges from 24 hours to 72 hours, and there was even a 7 day option for those people who suffer from procrastanationitus.


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