You Tube Movie Rentals
October 7, 2011 by staff
You Tube Movie Rentals, YouTube has launched its movie rental service in the UK with thousands of blockbusters like The Dark Knight and Reservoir Dogs. Moviegoers in the United Kingdom can now rent the new versions of titles and over £ 3.49 from £ 2.49 and £ 3.49 for YouTube.
The move puts Google-owned site in direct competition with Amazon’s Lovefilm, which claims about 1.6 million customers in the UK and Europe. Lovefilm makes new versions available that are not members of between £ 2.49 and £ 3.49 a movie. Viewers will be given within 30 days to watch your movie on YouTube, and 48 hours once they have begun to see it.
YouTube has signed in the UK specifically refers to the Hollywood film companies including Sony Pictures, Warner Bros, Universal and Lionsgate. The website also has signed agreements with Revolver Entertainment, the studio behind Talihina Sky British: The History of the Kings of Leon, and the Metrodome.
The United Kingdom becomes only the third market in which YouTube has launched its movie rental business, after the U.S. and Canada. YouTube launched its U.S. VOD service in May as part of its short distance, low-quality clips that made the site so popular. YouTube is by far the busiest online video site, with more than 100 million unique viewers a month, according to figures released by web metrics firm Nielsen in June.
The film launch services from the UK continues rental offers from many years with the broadcasters, including Channel 4 and Channel 5, who make their programs available on the site.
Patrick Walker, director of content partnerships for YouTube in Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: “We are pleased to work with partners of all sizes to bring more content to YouTube users.
“In addition to clips, created by the user and Long form television content to our British users know and love, movie lovers now can be found on YouTube feature films in the UK.”
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