The Wall St. Journal reports that Amazon and other major video-streaming companies are partnering with YouTube to help them promote their own channels.
They are not making money for their channels but rather monetizing them through advertising.
Amazon is one of several companies that is trying to get more people to watch YouTube videos, and it is expanding the number of paid subscriptions it offers to its video-on-demand service.
Amazon’s own channel, “Prime Video,” has over a billion monthly active users, and has the largest monthly video-ad revenue.
In May, Google announced it was launching a $1.99 per month subscription-based subscription service called “Prime Now,” a direct competitor to Amazon Prime Video.
Google’s service will be available starting Monday, and YouTube is in talks with other video-services companies to offer similar features.
Amazon and Google have been working together for some time, and the two companies announced a partnership last year to make YouTube videos available on both platforms.
Google also recently announced that it will be making “video content and services available in the Google Play Store.”
Amazon has been the main player in the video-sales business in recent years, and as part of that partnership, it is selling advertising on its channels.
The ads, which can be paid for, are also aimed at boosting the number and size of subscribers.
The company is also building its own video-player, which is supposed to help users browse the Web and watch videos.
In February, YouTube announced it had signed a deal with ad-tech company Moz for the purchase of its advertising technology.
Google said that it plans to use Moz to deliver a video-to-video-to ad-sensing system, and that it has reached agreements with other ad-tracking services.
The ad-buying deal, which also includes a video streaming-services-focused ad, will cost Google $4.7 billion, according to the company.
That is an increase of $400 million from the previous price.
The price of the ad-based service is expected to increase as well, as YouTube will be able to sell more video content in the future.