They did this even though its parent, Google and Viacom, are involved in a demand of 1,760 million for alleged piracy. The 20th Century Fox is the only great thing has not joined the YouTube rental service.
Its parent, Google and Viacom, are involved in a fight of 1,760 million dollars, but they have signed partnership contracts: YouTube announced today that it had an agreement with Paramount Pictures to rent online catalog of 500 films.
Paramount becomes the fifth major Hollywood studio to join the movie rental service portal for videos, which leaves 20th Century Fox as the only large study that does not participate. Paramount movies available on YouTube and Google Play Rentals.
In addition to many independent studies, NBC Universal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. and Walt Disney have already signed agreements with YouTube to offer their premieres in rent. The agreement with Paramount collection of YouTube has some 9,000 titles. Tenants have 30 days to see the videos, which are rented at an average of 2 to 4 dollars. After starting the movie, have a maximum of 24 hours to complete.
The owner of Paramount, Viacom, still deals with a claim for damages, 2006, for alleged piracy on YouTube, owned by Google. In 2010, a federal judge in New York ruled that YouTube did not violate any federal law on digital piracy, but Viacom appealed the decision.
The rent online via computer or smart televisions have generated a heated competition between Google, Apple's iTunes store, Amazon.com portal, and subscription video service Netflix.