Cooper, Ben
May 2008
Inside Film;May2008, Issue 109, p020
The article reports on the launching of the Australian version of the YouTube's Partner Program which gives individuals the opportunity to earn revenue through advertising-share, for their contributed content on YouTube. It states that eligibility in the Australian program depends upon the regular creation and upload of original video content as it promises a viable means of earning a living. With the Partner Program, content creators retain all ownership rights over the work they upload.


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