Google have announced that their video-sharing site YouTube will start to offer movies from major studios. CNET reports that the tech company has struck a deal with Sony Pictures, one of the largest Hollywood film studios, which allows YouTube to post full-length movies. Apparently YouTube said that it would add two new tabs to the top of its site – A ‘Shows' tab which allows you to browse shows by genre, network, title and popularity and a ‘Subscriptions' tab which will allow logged-in users one-click access to the latest content from their favorite creators.

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