(June 22): Google-owned video-sharing service YouTube has announced new features to help creators make money on the platform, amid ongoing concerns surrounding advertising and monetization.
The firm said in a blog post Friday that it would let YouTube channels offer $4.99-a-month "channel memberships" that users can buy to access exclusive content. The premium subscription feature was previously available only to a select few creators, who could get "sponsored" by users.
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There are only 10 more days until The Europas where the winners of this year’s startup awards will be announced at our gala dinner, in association with TechCrunch! The Europas half-day “Unconference” will have a fantastic lineup of panels taking place in the afternoon before the awards. This year, we’ve done away with mainstage lectures, […]