YouTube paid the music industry more than 300 billion yen in one year

YouTube , established on February 14, 2005, celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2020. To celebrate this, YouTube CEO Susan Woshkey posted a message on the official blog. Among them, it was revealed that YouTube paid $ 3 billion (about 330 billion yen) to the music industry in 2019.

Official YouTube Blog: YouTube at 15: My personal journey and the road ahead

YouTube paid $ 3 billion to the music industry last year

YouTube first announced advertising revenue for the fourth quarter and full year 2019 in February 2020. In the fourth quarter of 2019 alone, it was revealed that the company earned approximately $ 4,717 million (approximately ¥ 520 billion) in advertising revenue and approximately $ 15,149 million (approximately ¥ 1,645 billion) for the full year of 2019.

YouTube's parent company announced for the first time that YouTube's revenue is `` over 1.6 trillion yen per year ''-gigazine

One of his future aspirations is, 'Whickie will partner with the music industry to increase sales, find new artists, and promote music.' YouTube has two sources of revenue, 'advertising revenue' and 'subscription revenue for YouTube Music ', and CEO Walshicki tells the music industry from the two revenues that YouTube paid more than $ 3 billion in 2019.

Economic media's CNBC speculates that Washicky revealed that YouTube is paying a lot to the music industry `` to show how much YouTube is returning from the advertising revenue to the music industry and creators '' . Following Google's parent company Alphabet's fourth quarter earnings report in 2019, some economic analysts have questioned YouTube's profitability, saying, `` Transparency in earnings is not always peaceful. '' have no more detailed information about YouTube revenue is why ' opinion has come out.

And according to Washicky, the number of creators active on YouTube is increasing by more than 40% every year, and more than 170,000 YouTube channels have more than 100,000 subscribers. YouTube's future goal is to 'continue to increase creator revenue and viewership,' emphasizing return and support to creators. In addition, YouTube Kids, a content for children, raised $ 100 million (approximately ¥ 11 billion), highlighting 'investing in high-quality family content.'

by LocoWiki

'In the coming months, we celebrate the public launch of YouTube in May 2005. Looking back on our online movie journey over the past 15 years, we are very honored to have been able to take part in these important moments,' said Washicky. I guess, 'he said.' There is no doubt that YouTube will empower the next generation of narrators and continue to enrich our lives. '

The following is introduced as the first movie shared in the history of YouTube for 15 years.

Me at the zoo-YouTube

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