MTV is launching a new service to help you sell your services online, and it’s all being done in-house.
The service, called YouTube-plus, aims to help businesses sell their content and services to customers via the Internet.
“We’re the most widely used and trusted brand in media, but we’ve got to start selling to customers in a different way,” said MTV’s VP of digital content, Andrew Tippett.
“The YouTube-Plus service will allow us to create an app-driven ecosystem for brands to sell their media to our customers.”
YouTube-Pro, the company behind the service, has been working on the project for years.
It’s part of a broader push by the company to offer more personalized and tailored content for its users, which is the way it sells to advertisers.
YouTube-+ is built on the same tech as YouTube itself.
It features a YouTube-specific app, which will work with any YouTube-enabled device, such as the Nexus 5 and iPad.
The YouTube-Premium app will have a dedicated YouTube-related section.
YouTube has built its own video player, which it calls YouTube Pro, which allows users to stream videos directly from the app.
For advertisers, the app will be able to stream ads directly from their ad network.
YouTube Pro also integrates with Google’s AdSense platform.
AdSense works with most of the big ad networks to help companies build targeted ad campaigns.
Google, which owns YouTube, said it has spent $150 million on YouTube ad spending so far this year, making it the largest mobile ad network in the world.
But advertisers are still looking for ways to make money with YouTube-Pros video.
“There are a number of ways that we can help the industry with YouTube and AdSense,” said Tippetts.
“But we’re going to focus on one thing that we think is a really important part of YouTube-Prime that is advertising on YouTube.”
YouTube Pro will be available in the U.S. and Canada starting next month, and will roll out to other regions in the future.
MTV has been experimenting with the new platform in partnership with a handful of media companies.
“YouTube-Plus is going to be really the start of something that really connects and connects with our brands and brands’ brands,” said Admissions VP of content, Jay Mascarenhas.
“If we can get this to be a part of our content ecosystem and not just be something that is a way for us to monetize that content, that is our objective.
YouTube is a massive platform, and there are so many ways to monetise that content.”
The company’s first service will be launched in April, with more to follow.