Posted February 20, 2019 11:32:36In an age of rampant online shopping, one site has become an unofficial marketplace for all things video.

That site is Amazon and YouTube, and it’s not just a place for fans to purchase and stream video, it’s also a place to find the best deals on everything from DVDs and Blu-ray to games and software.

And now, for the first time, Amazon and Youtube have opened a new channel for their videos.

The new channel, called “Video Selling,” is available to everyone in the US and Canada, and will soon be expanding to include other countries.

It’s called “video selling” because of the way it connects buyers and sellers.

In the US, the channel will be an online marketplace for videos.

It will allow viewers to see if sellers are willing to buy and sell video in exchange for a price.

Sellers will have to be approved by YouTube, but there will be no restrictions on how they can sell.

Sellings will be offered on Amazon, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, and the new Video Selling website.

The channel will feature the videos that are the most popular sellers on YouTube, including many popular series, and that are popular sellers in the United States.

For example, Amazon’s original series, “The Man in the High Castle,” has more than 6.6 million subscribers, while the top sellers of the series include “Battlestar Galactica” and “The Walking Dead” on Amazon Prime, respectively.

YouTube has also been known to work closely with its competitors.

In January, YouTube partnered with Hulu and Netflix to make its YouTube Red service available in the UK.

The partnership will allow YouTube Red subscribers in the U.K. to stream “The Legend of Korra,” a TV series from Nickelodeon.

Hulu has also partnered with Netflix and Amazon to make Netflix and Hulu Plus available in a number of countries.

Amazon has been expanding its video sales platform for years, but this partnership is the first major one it has made in more than 10 years.

And it’s the first channel Amazon has announced in a decade.

“YouTube and Amazon are both big fans of video, and this partnership with Video Selling gives them the opportunity to partner with one of the largest video platforms on the planet,” said YouTube Vice President of Product Brian Geddes.

“It’s going to make it easier for consumers to find great deals, and for YouTube to sell video content.”

Amazon will be hosting the channel on its website.

Users can find out more about the channel by going to Video Selling, or by searching for “Video selling” on YouTube.