A California-based video-sharing website, YouTube is going to expand its service internationally with its premium content service, making its presence in twelve countries including Canada and UK. Even, YouTube Music also rolling out internationally with the full album catalog of the Beatles part of the line-up. The service will be available in New Zealand, Mexico, US, Australia, South Korea along with Russia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, France, Norway, Sweden, Spain.
YouTube Premium, formerly known as YouTube Red is offered through an ad-supported free service with albums, concerts, videos and will cost $11.99 per month after a free three-month trial, however, the paid adaptation takes into account downloads and tune in out of sight usefulness.
The service offers access to all YOUTUBE MUSIC features, as well as original YOUTUBE video content and Google Play Music subscribers will also automatically receive access to YouTube Music Premium.
The YouTube Premium brings new service to the new markets. According to the information of the source, YouTube Red and Google Play Music existing members in the US, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand will automatically receive access to YouTube Premium at their current price, however, other countries subscribers will automatically receive access to YouTube Music Premium at their current price.
YouTube head of label relations Stephen Bryan said, “We’re very focused on international this week but the service is live and there are marketing and promotion and advertising in the U.S. and several markets around the world.”