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Old 11-21-2020, 01:46 AM   #1
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radar YouTube adds ads but won't pay all content-makers

YouTube says it will start showing adverts on more videos - but won't necessarily pay the video-maker a cut.

The company currently shares ad revenue with video-makers who are enrolled in its partnership scheme, when it shows ads before or during their content.

But YouTube says it will start putting ads on some videos from channels that are not part of its partnership scheme.

Changes to its terms of service mean YouTube will not share the revenue from those ads with the video-makers.

It could also mean viewers see a higher number of adverts across the site.

There are several ways to escape ads as well as a lot of spam. The former is then to pay $10 a month the second is to add extension to the browser which does NOT belong to the Google family.
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