YouTube Shorts 3rd Party Content, Watch Page, Kids, Music
YouTube Shorts 3rd Party Content, Shorts Subscription Revenue YouTube Shorts Watch Page, Kids, Music Shorts Subscription Revenues.
YouTube will pay you 45% of Shorts Subscription Revenues. "Shorts Subscription Revenues" are the Net Revenues from subscription fees that are attributed to the monthly views of your Shorts Content as a percentage of the monthly views of all or a subset of participating content in the relevant subscription offering.
If your Shorts Content is included in and viewed by a user in multiple subscription offerings, YouTube will pay you based on the subscription offering with the highest amount of Shorts Subscription Revenues.
Shorts Including Third Party Content. This section describes how views are counted for the purposes of calculating each of the Creator Shorts Pool, Pooled Ad Revenues and Shorts Subscription Revenues when a Short includes third party content. If YouTube credits any content owned or licensed by any party other than the uploader as making a contribution to a Short, then each view of that Short will be divided on a fractional basis as specified in the Shorts Monetization Policies.
Those policies describe whether and how YouTube credits the contribution of different content types to a Short and how views are allocated between the uploader of a Short and parties contributing content to a Short.
Ineligible Views. For the purposes of calculating payments under this Module, YouTube will not count views of Shorts where views are ineligible, as described in the Shorts Monetization Policies.
You represent that: (i) you are at least 18 years of age, or (ii) you are the parent or guardian of a YouTube Partner Program participant aged between 13 and 18 and are agreeing to these terms on their behalf.
"Content Watch Page" means a page within the "YouTube", "YouTube Music" or "YouTube Kids" website or app that is primarily dedicated to the description and playback of your Content (but which may also show other recommended content or ads). For clarity, a "Content Watch Page" includes:
a page dedicated to your channel; and (i) any feed of recommended content and ads shown on such page primarily dedicated to your Content; but does not include: (x) any other type of content feed (e.g. the "YouTube Shorts" feed); or (y) a search results page.