Updated January 31, 2018 08:23:23 Google has announced that it will stop paying creators to use YouTube videos on the popular video sharing site.
In a blog post on Thursday, Google announced that they were ending their “Google AdSense program” and would start paying creators directly.
This means that creators will no longer have to ask for ads to be shown on YouTube videos.
The news comes as YouTube is still reeling from the death of former CEO Susan Wojcicki and a slew of other Google executives, most notably Eric Schmidt, who took the helm after her death.
Google has been one of the largest payers of ad revenue for YouTube, with the likes of HBO, Disney, and Spotify among its biggest players.
But the company is also one of YouTube’s biggest competitors, and has been looking to shake up the video sharing space.
AdSense was one of Google’s biggest payers at the time of Wojcek’s death, with advertisers spending $2.4 billion a year.
This move was part of Googles strategy to try to attract new advertisers to the platform, which has seen a decline in ad revenues over the past few years.
Google is no stranger to YouTube ads, and they’ve been a big part of YouTube since the company launched the first video sharing app, Google+, in 2010.
This change is notable as Google has previously cut the number of adverts it’s paid to creators.
Last year, Google pulled out of the $1.9 billion YouTube AdSense contract, which means that the number was cut to $400 million in 2017, but Google is expected to cut it back even further next year.
The changes come as Google is currently facing criticism for how it handles its paid ads, which is widely seen as hurting YouTube’s bottom line.
This past week, a group of former Google executives sued Google over their pay rates, which they argued were too low.
Google also announced plans to hire a new chief marketing officer, replacing Steve Huffman, who left the company in 2018.
Google’s announcement is yet another blow to YouTube, and it appears that Google will not be able to pull the plug on YouTube Adsense anytime soon.
The company said in its blog post that they will stop giving creators the ability to “unlimited” adverts.
Google said that this was done in part because they are making changes to how YouTube displays ads, as well as how the videos are delivered.
This will “improve the overall quality and user experience for all videos uploaded on YouTube,” the company said.
In addition, YouTube will begin offering “ad-supported” video streaming, meaning that users will be able “to watch videos from publishers in their native language, on a mobile device, or with other apps that support native video.”
Google also said that the company will be looking to improve the quality of videos for people who are visually impaired.
The change to YouTube’s ad-supported policy comes just over a week after YouTube introduced a new video sharing feature that would allow people with visual impairments to watch videos.
Google will also be adding a number of new features to the YouTube platform in the coming weeks.
In February, YouTube released a “YouTube Pass” feature that allows users to download the YouTube app on their phone or tablet, and then they can watch a number from YouTube directly from the Google app on those devices.
The new feature will allow people to access YouTube from their Android, iPhone, or iPad, which makes it easier for them to access videos from their phones and tablets.
The feature will also make it easier to view videos on Android devices.
In September, Google added a number on-demand services to YouTube.
These will allow users to watch YouTube videos for as long as they want, for free, and will allow YouTube to charge creators for the ability and time spent watching a video.
YouTube also announced that a new YouTube Music tier will be launched next month, which will allow paid creators to upload music videos for YouTube.
This feature will let paid creators upload videos with higher production values and be able use a variety of video editing tools.
In June, Google released a new version of its YouTube app, dubbed YouTube Red, which allows users with a subscription to access free videos on YouTube.
The app will also let users see what videos are most popular and will show a rating on each video that is based on the popularity of that video.
Google had previously released a number the videos that were most popular across YouTube, including the most popular videos, the top videos, and the most viewed videos.
This week, Google also added a new feature to the Google Play store called the “AdSense” service, which lets creators upload ads for videos without having to pay them.
The service will allow creators to pay for the rights to run ads in their videos, which could potentially make YouTube’s video sharing service a lot more appealing.
YouTube is currently in the midst of making changes on its YouTube Red service,