As posted on The Hollywood Reporter Google’s YouTube has announced that it is expanding its Partners Program, a project first launched in May that lets users who upload videos to the site share in revenue created from their content.
The service, that monetises videos through semi-transparent overlay ads and banner ads, was invite only for the first few months but is now open to any user in Canada or the U.S. A bummer for us Aussies, however the size of the program has reportedly doubled since inception with the number of monetised videos growing by 10 times its original size which means the project is growing rapidly and should reach our shores soon enough.
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