AdAge: YouTube Set to Introduce Paid Subscriptions This Spring
It sounds like all the core things you would imagine are on the table—content libraries, live events, pay-per-view, and more. Prices can reportedly range from $1-5 a month.
This is a great idea and I wish Apple had embraced it years ago. Independent content could really use official, legitimate ways to monetize, and the iTunes Store’s podcast directory has always felt like a great place to try this. I’m sad Eddie Cue and Apple never have and show no signs of it.
Apple releases stand-alone Podcasts app for iPhone, iPad Standard Apple approach: unassuming name, nice core set of features, lots of UI polish. I’m sure most podcasting apps will experience some Sherlocking effect, but plenty of users won’t be interested for … Read more →
Apple iOS 6 Moves Podcasts to Separate App – AllThingsD Peter Kafka: People familiar with Apple’s plans tell me that when its new iOS 6 software becomes widely available this fall, podcasts will have their own app, where users will … Read more →