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YouTube Leans on the Creator Economy webfi network

YouTube Creators Colin Rosenblum and Samir Chaudry join Emily Chang on the heels of the Made On YouTube event to discuss the social media company’s latest announcement to monetizing changes for creators, and the future of this booming industry.
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  • Stay Alerted on September 20, 2022

    First to comment here!😅

  • Minion meme mindset on September 20, 2022

    Emily looks very blasé here. Can’t blame her! These guys seem like low-key sex offenders.

  • Sir Derty ֎ on September 20, 2022

    Two guys who likely paid to be interviewed…

  • Sir Derty ֎ on September 20, 2022

    They need to hire more humans and pay creators less. Also they need to drop the huge cut they take from memberships of people who get that.. because patreon is being used instead as an alternative of their membership taking a big thirty point cut

  • Sir Derty ֎ on September 20, 2022

    More pay from supercomments and memberships should go to creators.. also they seriously need to hire more humans for moderations of common conflicts, not ai

  • Hussien Alsafi on September 20, 2022


  • ro pro on September 20, 2022

    Shorts are garbage, just like Tiktok. Cocaine for the feeble mind.

  • Normalized Audio on September 20, 2022

    45 percent. Yea, that's fair. NOT

  • Crypto Wire on September 20, 2022

    I love YouTube • I Love Being A Creator 📺🚀

  • Michael S on September 21, 2022

    Excellent. Now you can use all that new found advertising revenue to fix your absolutely horrible recommendation algorithm. The algorithm is complete garbage designed to serve up content to maximize advertising revenue rather than actual quality results. It's not possible that the code could be that bad, so I'm pretty sure you're doing it maliciously.

  • Jovan Nguyen on September 21, 2022

    Forty-five percent is steep yet makes sense considering that distributing content in the rich YouTube ecosystem is lucrative and will remain in high demand for the majority of creators.