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Kyle Marshall explains why he thinks we should be more comfortable with the prospect of paying for YouTube content.

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Kyle Marshall isn't simply a YouTube correspondent. He's a charter community member. The Alberta, Canada, resident has been making videos since 2008 and to this day will still make upwards of 15 videos in a single week.

His trademark program is his weekly installment of YouTube News, which runs each Tuesday.

This week, Marshall explains why he's a pro-paid content YouTuber, the type who believes that programming doesn't have to be free to be seen.

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