YouTube is cutting the cord on small channels and people on the rise!

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Google announced major changes last night to YouTube videos would be monetized on the site. Going forward, the company says big channels included in its jealously desired Google Preferred program will be manually(checked for truth) for ad friendliness. Far more extremely, the video-sharing site is making it a lot harder for small channels to make money off the platform–and uploaders are pissed.

YouTube has struggled over the last few months to haggle with inappropriate content on its service.

Aside from a YouTube stars haring a deeply insensitive video, the site has(not very long ago) faced close attention over person (who believes that white people are better than others) and (belief that people secretly work together to control or harm others) videos on its platform. And just in November, YouTube came under fire for hosting disturbing content aimed at children. In a later blog post, CEO Susan Wojcicki said that the company will expand its team that moderates policy violations to over 10,000 people this year.

But the new money-making (success plan(s)/way(s) of reaching goals) doesn‘t do much as calm down those worried about policy violations as it signals to small creators that they simply aren‘t worth the trouble to the tech giant. Under the new guidelines,

channels will need to have 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time within the last year to be (able to be picked) for receiving money made from selling ads. (before that/before now), uploaders needed just 10,000 total views to run ads on their videos.

All Google Preferred channels will also now be manually reviewed, with ads only running on videos that have been approved. Enforcement of these guidelines will start February 20th.

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