Bloomberg reports that Unplugged has already led to an overall of the company’s technical infrastructure.
The Google-owned company has already been in talks with NBCUniversal Viacom, Twenty-First Century Fox and CBS. It’s not believed that any of them have agreed to have their content distributed.
YouTube has been working on such a package since 2012, but this is the first time that a name has emerged.
It already has the subscription service, YouTube Red, which got underway in February with a slate of original content.
Initially launching in the United States, YouTube has released a list of 30 countries.