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  • 04:49:34 am on January 28, 2007 | 0

    People who upload their own films to video-sharing website YouTube will soon get a share of the ad revenue.
    YouTube founder Chad Hurley confirmed to the BBC that his team was working on a revenue-sharing mechanism that would “reward creativity”.
    The system would be rolled out in a couple of months, he said, and use a mixture of adverts, including short clips shown ahead of the actual film.
    YouTube has more than 70m users a month and was recently bought by Google.


    Tags: Website | Upload | session | mixture | Film | creativity | COUPLE | Ad | YouTube | Technology | Switzerland | Michael Fomkin


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