PostHeaderIcon YouTube to Implement Subscription Service for Ad-free Videos

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Stop us if you have heard this one before. A person goes to YouTube in order to watch a 15-second clip of cats doing what cats do, only to watch a 30-second ad before that person can even watch the video. Funny, right? We didn’t think so. However, it appears that YouTube is implementing a subscription service that will make its videos ad-free so that you can watch all of the cat videos you want without having to ponder life’s mysteries as you wait for an ad to end.

According to CNBC, YouTube head of content and business operations Robert Kyncl briefly talked about the subscription service, side from the one for Music Key, while at the Code/Media conference. While there, Kyncl revealed that the subscription service would be launching within a few months and the paid option would remove all ads from its videos. While no further details were forthcoming regarding price, he went on to say that YouTube has been “fine-tuning the experience.” 

However, this isn’t the first time that YouTube has explored the idea of a paid, ad-free service. Back in May 2013, a pilot program was launched by the company allowing individual content creators to charge a subscription fee that would give the consumer access to a particular channel of videos.

Would you be willing to pay a fee for ad-free videos on YouTube and how much do you think it will cost? Let us know in the comment section below!

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