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Strange Bedfellows: Google, Paramount Ink Deal For New Digital Movie Rentals

Good news, Godfather fans -- Google has just recently announced on their official YouTube blog that they’ve inked a licensing deal with Viacom-owned Paramount to bring some 500 new titles to YouTube and the Google Play store over the coming weeks. Google first started toying with the notion of movie rentals via YouTube in early 2010, and their rental catalog has since swelled to nearly 9,000 titles.
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