enabling some of the most popular and prolific original content creators within the YouTube community to earn money from their videos.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 24, 2009
Industry trendsetter and video aggregator, Pax Stereo Tv (http://www.paxstereo.tv) is enjoying more opportunity today, thanks to a new pilot revenue sharing program announced by YouTube. The YouTube Partner Program is a pilot program which YouTube says is for "enabling some of the most popular and prolific original content creators within the YouTube community to earn money from their videos."
Pax Stereo Tv CEO, Mario Hemsley is particularly excited about the new opportunity. "We are proud to be part of the efforts to recognize YouTube users for their creativity and their contributions in building YouTube into the wonderful, everexpanding community that it is. Our YouTube presence (http://www.youtube.com/paxstereo) has continued to grow into an exciting area of direct contact with our community."
Partners decide which of their videos to include, and receive a portion of the revenue generated from ads. According to YouTube, the program has been an amazing success, with "millions of video views each week earning revenue." Sources from YouTube indicated a need to reward their most dedicated community members, those who are regularly uploading original content to YouTube. In their own words, "YouTube focused on the users who have achieved audiences as measured by video views and subscribers." Over 100 of these users have reportedly already been added to the program.
Pax Stereo Tv has also been pioneering efforts to help besieged veterans of the entertainment industry adapt and take advantage of the new opportunities emerging technologies present. Mario hosts the weekly Create Your Label Series (http://www.paxstereo.tv/createyourlabel), where everyone from newbies to vets can get detailed how-to video instruction on creating, maintaining and promoting an Internet based music label or television channel. Even with video tutorials, however, some technologies are often difficult to understand.
Danielle Holland, VP of New Media Marketing & Promotion, is there to be a reassuring helping hand to industry veterans seeking advice. "With my experience in the music and film industries, I understand the challenges these changes present." She is known as always being quick to problem solve. "I can make the transition to new media technology as painless as possible." As an example she cites the Internet television companion to Lee Bailey's EURweb (http://www.eurweb.tv) current in development. "We are enabling our veteran friends and associates to expand."
For more information please contact Danielle Holland or Victor Allen daily at Pax Stereo Tv.