Wednesday, November 07, 2018

Despite YouTube Music’s Relaunch, YouTube Premium Falls Out of the Top 10 Streaming Services In the U.S.

YouTube’s latest music subscription service is failing to boost YouTube Premium in any substantial way, according to recent research. According to Parks Associates, YouTube Premium — which includes the YouTube Music premium service — is no longer ranked among the top 10 video streaming services in the U.S.

As you might expect, Netflix is topping the US-based ranking, with Amazon following in second. YouTube Premium failed to make the top 10 ranking after placing 7th last year.

From the article "Despite YouTube Music’s Relaunch, YouTube Premium Falls Out of the Top 10 Streaming Services In the U.S." by Paul Resnikoff.

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