YouTube is implementing a number of industry wide changes on November 18th 2013. The changes have implications for channels on YouTube so it’s important that all BroadbandTV network partners are aware of the developments. This document outlines top-level information on the upcoming changes and BroadbandTV will be following up with additional information leading up to November 18th.Copyright Strikes:
Copyright strikes are now more impactful on the YouTube community as a whole, and YouTubers should review all current content for copyright issues.An example of a copyright issue would be including third party owned music, sports clip, TV show or anything similar uploaded by you to your channel. If you didn’t produce it, you are at risk of copyright issues.Click Here to Learn More about Copyright on YouTube.ContentID Claims:
Partnered content will now be more subject to ContentID Claims. This is an automated copyright search of your uploaded videos that detects copyrighted material posted to your channel if any. How ContentID claiming affects you
- If you upload copyrighted content without proper permission, the content owner could:
1. Claim all ad revenue from the uploaded video.
2. Track the viewership and statistics of the uploaded video.
3. Block the video entirely.Click Here for More information about ContentID.
For more information about copyright strikes, please visit here.