NY Times: YouTube Ads Turn Videos Into Revenue

There’s a great story in the New York Times on how YouTube has relaxed it copyright rules so that people can now upload copy written material like TV clips and music videos to YouTube and generate revenue for not for themselves, but the media comapanies who hold these rights.

This move not only allows YouTube’s parent company Google to finally make money off of the video site , but this a solid step forward for media companies who finally realize that consumers uploading clips is not only good marketing, but it also creates another strong revenue stream for their media libraries.

I wonder if I can make money off of my clips of Fonzie  guest  starring on “Joanie Love Chachi”?

Read: “YouTube Ads Turn Videos Into Revenue”

About Kevin Lockett

Pop Culture loving, Digital Media championing, content creating dude from Akron. Reach me at Lockettmedia@gmail.com or Twitter.com/kevinlockett
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