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Apple, YouTube and More Stall on Internet TV Services

There’s been chatter that Apple, YouTube, Amazon, T-Mobile and AT&T have been on the verge of entering the Internet TV service with the offer of small bundles. However, talks of that seem to have stalled according to the Wall Street Journal.

“Many of these players would like to deliver a subscription pay-TV package that includes the most-viewed networks—a dozen or so popular channels, including broadcasters and some cable networks—for a price that is between $24.99 and $39.99, one media executive close to the negotiations said,” writes WSJ. “That price range has proven challenging.”