YouTube introduces new Partner Program terms as revenue sharing for Shorts starts on February 1st


YouTube will begin sharing ad revenue with Shorts creators on February 1, the company revealed. YouTube is beginning to roll out new terms for all creators in the YouTube Partner Program in order to get ready for the impending change.

Creators who wish to continue in the program must accept the new conditions by July 10th. Creators will be able to make money from ads that are seen in-between videos in the Shorts Feed thanks to the significant change to YouTube’s Partner Program.

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The YouTube Shorts Fund will be replaced by the new revenue sharing model, but according to the business, most of the recipients of the Shorts Fund will make more money under the new scheme. As previously announced, creators who meet the new Shorts-specific requirements of 1,000 subscribers and 10 million Shorts views over a 90-day period are eligible to apply to the program.

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