We know we have a lot of partners who love and want to post videos relating to games, so we wanted to share some tips to help you monetize gaming content. As always, you should ensure that you have all the necessary rights to commercially use all content in a video before you submit it for monetization. Show More Summary
To hype its inaugural Comedy Week, which begins Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET, YouTube turned to an ad agency known for generating its share of laughs: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. The San Francisco shop—which has done comical spots for...Show More Summary
Nintendo sent over this statement to us just now... As part of our on-going push to ensure Nintendo content is shared across social media channels in an appropriate and safe way, we became a YouTube partner and as such in February 2013 we registered our copyright content in the YouTube database. Show More Summary
Initially, YouTube's live-streaming service was limited to select partners and special events, but that's about to change. Starting today, all channels in good standing with over 1,000 subscribers will be able to sign up for this broadcasting option. Show More Summary
First, Google introduced ad-supported premium programming via YouTube. Then, it set out to build a national fiber network. Now, there's a pay TV service with niche channels developed by partners. Fees start as low as $0.99 a month. This...Show More Summary
YouTube’s live offering took a big step forward today, with the announcement that access to the feature will soon be available to a huge number of its partners. While YouTube Live was previously only available to a handful of handpicked...Show More Summary
Marketers have long been experimenting with "shoppable" videos, partnering with third-party technology providers to allow viewers to click on, say, a handbag in a music video or a lipstick in a makeup how-to to pull up product information and even make a purchase. Show More Summary
Starting today, 30 YouTube partners will offer users even more different types of video on the pay channels provided a monthly or annual subscription. Pay channels are the newest category of videos available to users YouTube, along with...Show More Summary
Google announced on Thursday the launch of a pilot program designed to offer paid channels on YouTube with subscription fees starting at $0.99 per month. The program kicked off with a small group of partners including the producers of Sesame Street, Big Star Movies, DHX Kids TV, National Geographic Kids, Primezone Sports, and TYTPlus. Show More Summary
Google yesterday announced the launch of paid subscriptions for YouTube channels. So far this is only for a pilot group of around 30 hand-picked channels, but they say they are going to expand to a broader list of qualified partners that will operate on a self-service basis. I take that to mean that getting [...]
YouTube is launching a pilot program for a small group of partners that will offer paid channels on YouTube with subscription fees starting at $0.99 per month. Paid channels will become available to more qualifying partners in coming weeks.
YouTube announced Thursday that it will allow video creators to charge a monthly subscription fee for the videos they post online. The company said that the new feature will allow its partners to generate more revenue from their content. Show More Summary
In an effort to provide its partners with an alternative revenue stream, YouTube announced today that it is officially launching a pilot program that enables its video stars to charge subscription fees to access their channels. Subscriptions...Show More Summary
The YouTube partner program launched in 2007 and since that time more than one million content channels have made their way to YouTube. Channels on the network now span humor, sports, news, education, and much more. On Thursday YouTube unveiled a new way for the social network to leverage cold hard cash from its users. [...]
Partners and TV shows have a new way to earn money from their products.
The pilot program, which also includes Sesame Workshop, will charge subscribers as little as 99 cents apiece per month. read more
Well it's official: YouTube is rolling out a new program that allows some of its premium channel partners to charge consumers a monthly subscription fee to gain access to its content.
Google has been rumored to be launching at paid subscriptions service for YouTube ever since this past January, and it looks like this rumor has now become reality as the search giant has just announced it is launching a new subscription channel option. Show More Summary
YouTube just announced that it will begin offering paid channels from select content partners. All channels will have a 14-day free trial and some will offer discounted rates for yearly subscriptions. Prices start at $0.99 per month. Read more here. Read more...
YouTube launched a pilot program today that brings subscription services to the world's most popular video hosting site. According to Google, only a "small group of partners" will offer paid channels on YouTube. These partners can charge subscription fees starting at $0.99 per month for channel access. Some of the partners included in the pilot [...]Show More Summary