Video hosting YouTube is launching the YouTube Shorts Fund program in Ukraine. The company, starting in December, will encourage the contribution of authors and artists who create innovative and unique short videos. It was reported in the official blog of Google Ukraine.
"The $100 million fund was first introduced back in May and is already available in many markets around the world. The launch in Ukraine was another step towards implementing a long-term monetization plan for Shorts," Google Ukraine.
Google Ukraine adds that the corresponding requirements channels can earn from $100 to $10,000 per month under the YouTube Shorts Fund program. The amounts of bonus payments are adjusted depending on the channel's overall performance and the location of the audience.
"YouTube plans to expand the app to more countries in the coming months," Google Ukraine.
Over the past three years, YouTube has paid out over $30 billion to creators, artists, and media companies.