YouTube is planning to launch a 'channel store' for streaming services

YouTube has been working on an online store where you can purchase subscriptions for various streaming services

The Google-owned video streaming platform has reportedly been developing a "channel store" for at least the past 18 months and is currently in talks with potential partner companies

YouTube already gives its $65-a-month streaming TV subscribers the option to add access to extra services like HBO Max

The upcoming store, however, will apparently give people a way to purchase a la carte streaming services from the main YouTube app

YouTube is pitching its platform as a great way for companies to market their streaming services

Partner companies will likely have to share their earnings with YouTube for purchases made within the video platform

YouTube is already discussing how to split subscription revenues with them, though the terms vary for each partner

Even with the prospect of having to share revenue with partners, more streaming service are now open to the idea of bundling or teaming up

YouTube's "channel store" could reportedly launch as soon as fall this year, though it has yet to confirm that the project exists and that it's already having talks with potential partners