This may be the best reason to upgrade your Smartphone and maximize the quality of streaming video…Your current beloved and adored TV shows could be coming to YouTube.
Experts in this field have been observing the wars of streaming video for months. Now it has been reported that YouTube is up on new ammunition in the form of streaming rights to television series and feature films.
And there is even more expansion rumored to be coming in the near future. YouTube also announced plans in October for 10 original series and movies that will debut on Red. (YouTube Red is a paid-for subscription service. This recently launched $9.99 per month subscription streaming service, offers commercial-free videos and music. Essentially, the service is way for people to pay for ad-free peace when watching YouTube videos. It now seems that we will now need to pay to stop viewing the annoying advertising).
Licensing the rights to television series and movies would give this pioneer of on-line video the streaming rights to a new and expanded line-up of content. The YouTube audience growth from these new additions would allow them to compete with other established streaming services like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, which have been steadily adding more and more original content.
With all these changes coming, now is the time to assure your technological gadgets are ready for this explosion of programming. Verizon, a leading corporation in streaming video just launched Go90. This new service from Verizon delivers access to live, as well as on-demand content. With Verizon’s reliable network you can confidently depend on a clear picture for streaming movies and live sports without endless buffering and delays.
Many T-Mobile consumers now have the access to stream unlimited video services like Netflix, HBO, Hulu and many more without using a drop of data. T-Mobile has even optimized streaming to mobile devices for three times more video viewing.
But now, back to YouTube’s future in streaming popular content…
Will YouTube actually pursue top rated television shows? When reached for confirmation, a YouTube spokesperson statced, “We don’t comment on rumor or speculation.” Our suggestion is “be prepared!”