Tuesday, March 31, 2009

YouTube will share revenue with Disney.

YouTube agreed with Walt Disney to host on the ABC Television videohostinge movies and sports channel ESPN. To get only a short YouTube videos, says The Wall Street Journal.
Disney will be able to place next to your content ads, sharing revenue with YouTube. In addition, the channel ESPN will be a special video player that allows Disney to obtain detailed data on the viewer.
The agreement does not allow to publish the entire television and recording sports events. In addition, it does not apply to cartoons and movies of the company's Disney.
YouTube has a similar deal signed with the corporation CBS. In addition, in 2007 videohosting agreed to share revenue with the local American television, stories are posted on the portal.

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