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YouTube proceeds with its plans to introduce paid subscriptions for some channels.
Channel producers on the video sharing site were reportedly notified of the platform's intention to enable subscription-based channels in January.
The cost of access to shows of the selected channels would be between $1-5, as part of an attempt by the site's parent company Google to compete with traditional television for the monopoly in broadcasting and advertising.
Google had earlier invested $200 million into 100 YouTube channels and a further $100 million to fund a new crop of over 60 additional channels.