They’ll only last for 48 hours, says the Telegraph.
The deal, “from which YouTube earns an unspecified commission for each rental, while the studios retain all rights, is another step towards the company becoming an online destination for long-form web content,” says the story.
It “follows closely on from one announced earlier in the week which sees the video-sharing site acquire the rights to broadcast live coverage of the upcoming Indian Premier League cricket championships,” it adds.
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Telegraph – YouTube offers movie rental service, January 22, 2010
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