What happens to YouTubers when the platform changes the way videos are monetized?
Turns out, quite a lot.
Do screening tools work?
In the United States, would-be internet stars turn to YouTube, Twitch or Instagram. In China, it’s a livestreaming platform called YY, where creators sing or tell jokes to an audience that pays them directly in the form of digital gifts. Top streamers can make $100,000 a month or more, and lots of people now want […]
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