Renée Suspects That Some Of Her Company’s Assets Aren’t Earning Revenue Because Another Company Has Asserted Ownership In The Same Territories. Where Could She Find Information That Supports Or Refutes Her Suspicion?
- Reference Files Report
- Ads revenue reports
- Asset Conflict Report
- Claims Report
If Publisher X And Publisher Z Own The Same Asset In Different Territories, Who Is Responsible For Ensuring That Each Publisher Earns The Correct Amount Of Revenue From The Asset?
- Publisher X
- Publisher Z
- Publisher X and Z must coordinate with each other
- Live streams
- YouTube Premium and YouTube Music paid subscriptions
- Non-music YouTube videos
Sage Manages Song Rights For Multiple Artists. What Can He Do With Content Manager CMS That He Can’t Achieve With YouTube Studio Analytics?
- Compare asset policies across the channels he manages.
- Compare asset performance across videos.
- Compare watch time performance across videos.
- Compare traffic across an artist’s videos.
Vanessa’s Boss Asks Her To Recommend A Tool For A New Data Project. Vanessa Suggests BigQuery. What Does The Project Likely Entail?
- Comparing revenue between two channels.
- Comparing revenue for one asset.
- Transferring many reports on a set schedule and storing that data.
- Transferring data between two content owners.
Label E Has Developed An Internal App That Aggregates Bulk YouTube Data About Their Artists. From Where Does Label E Likely Obtain This Data?
- Content ID
- YouTube Reporting API
- Content Manager CMS
To Ensure That Content ID Can Claim Videos On Their Behalf, Publisher Z Needs To Link Together Which Two Things During Delivery?
- Sound Recordings and Music Videos
- Music Video Assets and Art Tracks
- Composition Share Assets and Sound Recording Assets
- Composition Share Assets and Art Tracks
Patrick Works At A Record Label And Is Advising A New Colleague On How To Deliver An Artist’s Catalog To YouTube. The Colleague Asks Patrick Whether They Should Deliver The Songs That Don’t Have Music Videos. What Should Patrick Say?
- Yes, because if another user delivers the songs to YouTube first, that person will become the rightsholder.
- Yes, because they become Art Tracks and are critical to earning revenue and exposure across YouTube and YouTube Premium.
- No, because only official music videos belong on YouTube.
- No, because Content ID can’t claim songs without music videos.
- Ownership information