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Amazon Video Direct to compete with YouTube, allowing creators to monetize videos

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Amazon Video Direct to compete with YouTube, allowing creators to monetize videos

From the DIY Musician Blog: A new Amazon program called Amazon Video Direct (or AVD) lets video creators post content to Amazon’s video hub, which already serves over 50 million paid Amazon Prime subscribers in the US alone.

According to tubefilter:

AVD users can post and monetize their videos in various ways. If added to the Amazon Prime library, for instance, creators can reap royalties based on hours streamed. Creators can also monetize by offering their content via one-off rentals or purchases, or even monthly subscriptions. And finally, in a move that brings Amazon squarely into competition with 10-year-old YouTube, it will allow creators to share revenues from ad impressions. Click on the link below to read more…

Author: Chris Robley, DIY Musician Blog

Read More/Original Source: http://diymusician.cdbaby.com/music-news/amazon-video-direct-compete-youtube-allowing-creators-monetize-videos/

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