Will You Pay $3 to See Videos Before They Hit YouTube? [POLL]
Addicted to YouTube? You are not alone, but, now you'll want Vessel. Vessel is a new video streaming site that will actually let you see all the popular YouTube stars videos three days before they hit YouTube!
It will cost $2.99 a month, but here's the thing. If you sign up before this Friday, March 27, you'll get one year free! And after Friday, you'll just get just the first month free. Oh, and if you sign up before Friday, you don't have to put any credit card info in either! So, no they won't just all of a sudden start charging you a fee. I hate it when sites or companies play that sneaky game.
I signed up and you can too at Vessel.com
Looks like some are not happy about this service and here's why, according to consumerist.com:
Videomakers signed up to work with Vessel include GloZell Green, MinutePhysics, FailArmy, Brittani Louise Taylor, Shane Dawson and many more people you may or may not have heard of. Other content will be exclusive to Vessel, including a reality show starring Alec Baldwin about romantic relationships. Yes, you read that right.
Some fans are already ticked off, complaining that the service puts some fans above others who may not be able to afford it, or just don’t want to pay.
Vessel says however that the monthly rate is affordable, and that it’s in line with the changes in the way we consume media. For example, movies that sell first on an on-demand platform before airing on a cable channel and then moving on to free broadcast networks.