Google has announced at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) plans for a new Google Video Store allowing video purchase and rental from Google Video. Content from about 40 providers will be initially available for purchase. In the near future, the program will open to any video producer wishing to charge per view of their video. Google's flexible pricing structure sets it apart from iTunes. Here, content suppliers can name their own price, from zero on up. The content owners who charge for video downloads must share 30 percent of the revenue with Google. Break out your video cameras!
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