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Big News: Pay Or Don't Use Others Music In Your YouTube Videos

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YouTube is developing a program that allows creators to monetize long-form videos using licensed music. 

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YouTube today announced Creator Music at its Made on YouTube event.

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This allows content creators to access a wide range of popular music they can use in their videos without impacting their monetization.

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There are two options for creators: license tracks directly and keeps all the revenue, with YouTube taking a 45 percent cut, or they have to share the revenue with license holders.

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Billboard estimates that this share is 27.5 per cent for each artist and video creator.

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YouTube creators have had to be careful when using music. They must use non-royalty music to prevent their videos from being removed from YouTube. 

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A video could be blocked or muted if it uses a small amount of music from a major artist. 

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The program is currently in beta in the US and will be expanded to other countries next year.

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