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So that brings us to what YouTube says in its notice:

"You may have heard that we recently announced YouTube Red - a new membership that offers fans more choice in how they watch their favorite videos with features like ad-free, background and offline viewing for a monthly fee. In order to deliver a great experience for fans who choose to pay for this offering, we are updating our contracts with all of our content partners....
... The overwhelming majority of videos on YouTube are accounted for in our agreements, but there are some partners who have asked for more time to think about their options.

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Basically, it seems that if you use Red for your channel, some videos won't be viewable. Honestly, it seems an easy way around this is to continue from the old contract for those particular videos. Allow the monetization (or not) but do not block them completely.

Also, put the word "monetization" in the spell check dictionary.
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Basically, it seems that if you use Red for your channel, some videos won't be viewable. Honestly, it seems an easy way around this is to continue from the old contract for those particular videos. Allow the monetization (or not) but do not block them completely.

Also, put the word "monetization" in the spell check dictionary.

 

Monopolization? lol Yeah, that about says it all. I'll just continue being a low-down dirty piece of scum who blocks 100% of advertising on the internet. That means that when I'm on YouTube, my viewing experience is always 100% ad-free.

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As a YouTube'r myself I guess I'm ok with it, but as a viewer I would hate to have to pay to watch some of the more popular Tube'rs.
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aaaaaand nothing of value was lost
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Monopolization? lol Yeah, that about says it all. I'll just continue being a low-down dirty piece of scum who blocks 100% of advertising on the internet. That means that when I'm on YouTube, my viewing experience is always 100% ad-free.
Quite a few of the channels I watch say they don't mind it at all. A couple say just buy a shirt or something to balance it out.

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As a YouTube'r myself I guess I'm ok with it, but as a viewer I would hate to have to pay to watch some of the more popular Tube'rs.
That's not how the Red works. You can choose to subscribe for a cost to your favorite channels to not get any ads ever. You can still choose to watch the videos if you want. You might end up getting a 5 second ad skip.
Monopolization? lol Yeah, that about says it all. I'll just continue being a low-down dirty piece of scum who blocks 100% of advertising on the internet. That means that when I'm on YouTube, my viewing experience is always 100% ad-free.

Might be getting a little off topic, but why do people hate ads on YouTube!? You do realize for TV you get 4 minutes of ads for every 15 minute block. With YouTube the worst you get is 15 seconds, and if there are no mid roll ads, that is for 45 minutes. Also pretty sure you cannot place an ad within 10 minutes of the last. I was messing around with that setting and there was a minimum limit between and a maximum for different length videos.
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Quite a few of the channels I watch say they don't mind it at all. A couple say just buy a shirt or something to balance it out.
That's not how the Red works. You can choose to subscribe for a cost to your favorite channels to not get any ads ever. You can still choose to watch the videos if you want. You might end up getting a 5 second ad skip.
Monopolization? lol Yeah, that about says it all. I'll just continue being a low-down dirty piece of scum who blocks 100% of advertising on the internet. That means that when I'm on YouTube, my viewing experience is always 100% ad-free.

Might be getting a little off topic, but why do people hate ads on YouTube!? You do realize for TV you get 4 minutes of ads for every 15 minute block. With YouTube the worst you get is 15 seconds, and if there are no mid roll ads, that is for 45 minutes. Also pretty sure you cannot place an ad within 10 minutes of the last. I was messing around with that setting and there was a minimum limit between and a maximum for different length videos.
I cannot believe this is even a question. Because it completely interrupts the flow of what you are watching? I don't care how the tv does it, it annoyed the living hell out of me back when i watched tv as well.
I don't mind having an add before something begins but i will NEVER accept something in between which completely ruins the mood.
Btw your minimum is either wrong or there are additional adds in some videos the youtuber gets no rule over. I am looking at a video here of 28 minutes that has no less than 7 adds.
Edited by Assirra - 10/26/15 at 2:37pm
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Okay, 7 ads within 28 minutes is a bit much. And I can understand the break in the video, but it never seems to be too bad on the videos I watch. Different genres would be extremely annoying to break
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Quite a few of the channels I watch say they don't mind it at all. A couple say just buy a shirt or something to balance it out.
That's not how the Red works. You can choose to subscribe for a cost to your favorite channels to not get any ads ever. You can still choose to watch the videos if you want. You might end up getting a 5 second ad skip.
Monopolization? lol Yeah, that about says it all. I'll just continue being a low-down dirty piece of scum who blocks 100% of advertising on the internet. That means that when I'm on YouTube, my viewing experience is always 100% ad-free.

Might be getting a little off topic, but why do people hate ads on YouTube!? You do realize for TV you get 4 minutes of ads for every 15 minute block. With YouTube the worst you get is 15 seconds, and if there are no mid roll ads, that is for 45 minutes. Also pretty sure you cannot place an ad within 10 minutes of the last. I was messing around with that setting and there was a minimum limit between and a maximum for different length videos.
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I cannot believe this is even a question. Because it completely interrupts the flow of what you are watching? I don't care how the tv does it, it annoyed the living hell out of me back when i watched tv as well.
I don't mind having an add before something begins but i will NEVER accept something in between which completely ruins the mood.
Btw your minimum is either wrong or there are additional adds in some videos the youtuber gets no rule over. I am looking at a video here of 28 minutes that has no less than 7 adds.
I don't mind the ads. It's more like a pesky mosquito. They don't bother me.

From what I've been seeing that's is exactly what they are going to do. IT's going to start with the biggest YouTube'rs and trickle down. They will have professional crews working with them and they will continue to develop content. Except...... to watch them you'll need the Red subscription to watch. Oh .... and you get Google Music LoL!
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Quite a few of the channels I watch say they don't mind it at all. A couple say just buy a shirt or something to balance it out.
That's not how the Red works. You can choose to subscribe for a cost to your favorite channels to not get any ads ever. You can still choose to watch the videos if you want. You might end up getting a 5 second ad skip.
Monopolization? lol Yeah, that about says it all. I'll just continue being a low-down dirty piece of scum who blocks 100% of advertising on the internet. That means that when I'm on YouTube, my viewing experience is always 100% ad-free.

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My reason for blocking ads isn't to block YouTube ads. They're blocked because I'm blocking all ads.

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only time i ever see ads on youtube are when i'm on my phone sitting on the can..

everyone just wants to sip on the money teet of all the consumers these days. I swear monthly fees for everything...
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