Nowadays we are aware of the amount of money that advertisements generate for many companies. However, consumers are not the biggest fans of ads and, in many cases, will gladly pay to not see them. YouTube has been increasing its incomes with ads for years but now will allow viewers to eliminate them.
A letter sent to YouTube content creators informs them that a paid offering is on the way. This offering will allow subscribers to not see a single advertisement while also saving videos for offline viewing. Pricing reportedly will be around $10 per month. There is even a possibility that the $10 price is lowered when a consumer chooses a category-specific subscription.
Content creators are being informed that they can place videos behind a paywall. Even if a content creator does not want to be involved in the paid offering because YouTube will switch any resisting channels to private.