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YouTube Shorts creators to earn ad revenue starting from Feb

YouTube Shorts

YouTube shorts creators will start earning a share of ad revenue from February 1.  The video-sharing platform on Monday announced that it is starting to roll out new terms for all creators in the YouTube Partner Program and creators need to accept the new terms by July 10 to remain in the program.

As per the update, the new revenue-sharing model will replace the YouTube Shorts Fund. The company says it expects the majority of its Shorts Fund recipients to earn more with the new Shorts revenue-sharing model.  The change will provide creators more flexibility in the ways they can earn from their content, the YouTube says on a support page.

The ads will be shown between Shorts. “Revenue is shared on ads that are viewed between videos in the Shorts Feed. Shorts views exclusively receive ad revenue sharing from the Shorts Feed, which is separate from long-form video monetization on the Watch Page,” says the notice.

Creators who have a 1,000 subscribers and 10 million Shorts views over 90 days can apply for partner program.

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