I'm all for this, though I'm anxious to see what kind of success it'll be. People don't expect to haul out their wallets when on YouTube, so when subscriptions start, I'm curious if most people will opt for it, or just look for alternative channels that happen to be free.
I can't imagine that producers get much of a cut advertising-wise, so this would be a great way to reliably be able to support your content.
Well, I'm not sure about that. I know everything can be changing quickly. I know Youtube can be fun to watch if other part are free (no need to pay for that) I have my own account on youtube that started in 2009. But I will find out about that upcoming this spring.
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