YouTube is planning a platform where it would sell streaming video services from industry players. The company calls it a "channel store" where users might buy subscriptions to the likes of Netflix, HBO and Hulu. That would bring the a la carte store more in line with what YouTube does with its YouTube TV live-television offering.

YouTube is reportedly working on a "channel store" for streaming services. The move would bring YouTube in line with some key digital rivals acting as gatekeepers to peddling services. YouTube is discussing how a revenue split would work with its streaming partners, though terms could vary widely.
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