An-Najah News - YouTube revealed that it has paid more than $30 billion to content creator over the past three years in revenue from advertising, promotion and other services.
Neil Mohan, the site's chief product officer, said during an interview, that YouTube's responsibility as a global platform "must be in the right place," according to the "Sharq" website.
YouTube began splitting ad sales with content producers in 2007, creating a sprawling system.
This system was threatened when advertisers boycotted the site over the posting of "inappropriate" videos.
In 2018, YouTube significantly reduced the number of paid channels, and focused on channels that adhere to viewing restrictions and guidelines.