Just a week after making a deal with Disney to license short-form content, YouTube is now in negotiations with Sony Pictures to license the studio’s films, including blockbusters like Spider-Man, according to CNET News. The deal would allow YouTube to stream some of Sony’s full-length content on its site. It would let YouTube compete more directly with sites like Hulu, which already offer visitors entertainment content from major studios.
YouTube in talks with Sony Pictures to stream feature films
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