A piece of code found in an update to the YouTube Android app reveals pay-to-view channels coming to the video streaming website.
Users can purchase the movies through the Web site and watch them on any compatible device, including smartphones, tablets, game consoles, and connected TVs.
As it celebrates its first birthday, YouTube Live starts rolling out pay-per-view streaming. But not everywhere just yet.
Professional content producers rejoice: Google plans to sell YouTube videos with micropayments and subscription services, CEO Eric Schmidt said Thursday.
The $35 Chromecast seemed like the perfect alternative to expensive hotel pay-per-view. Unfortunately, the hotel's Wi-Fi didn't cooperate.
DirecTV's voice search feature lets you speak to your phone to search through TV listings, pay-per-view, and on-demand content using natural language.
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Code appears in YouTube for Android that suggests Google is already laying the software foundation for subscription channels.
Warner Bros, Disney and more have signed on with the streaming service for pay-per-view offerings.
As inevitable as the turning tide, the roll out of 3D continues, whether we want it or not. New to the bandwagon is Virgin Media, which has a new 3D pay per view movie service.