YouTube is going to share revenue collected from banner ads with the indie video creators on whose pages the ads appear. However, this will be in extremely limited fashion — rolling out tomorrow with just 20 to 40 top producers on the site, such as Lonelygirl15, LisaNova, and Smosh. The deal elevates these select creators to the same status as partners such as CBS. It’s about time. Read the full story at NewTeeVee.
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