The Hanoitimes - No longer having the Content Hosting Agreement from YouTube means that Yeah1 will not be able to aggregate third party channels and share passive advertising revenue on YouTube, according to Viet Dragon Securities Company (VDSC)’s latest report. Vietnam’s Yeah1 to offload US-based ScaleLab after two months of acquisition Youtube incident sends Yeah1 shares plummeting for fifth consecutive day The recent incident about YouTube terminating the Content Hosting Service Agreement (CHSA) with Vietnam’s media group Yeah1 will cause the company to lose its revenue share from its YouTube third party/partners’ channels, leaving the company to rely on its remaining businesses. Youtube: Yeah1 Network This segment is mostly based on advertising on YouTube platform, contributing 28% of revenue and 51% of net profit after tax (NPTA) for Yeah1 in 2018, including three revenue sources: Ads revenue received from YouTube by displaying ads on … [Read more...] about What would Yeah1 have left following YouTube’s incident?
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ScaleLab is expected to receive $12 million upfront and another $8 million later if business targets are achieved two years after the merger. ScaleLab executives have said the company agreed to the sale because it requires an infusion of funds to expand operations and desired to integrate with Yeah1’s media ecosystem. ScaleLab plans to expand into Asia, where Yeah1 connect Asian talents and influencers with the international market. Tri Dao Phuc, CEO of Yeah1, said the strategy over the next three years is to "acquire premium social media brands, optimize our existing channels to boost viewership and performance." Headquartered in Hollywood, the U.S. ScaleLab is best known as the Youtube partner of Jake Paul, Jimmy Donaldson, Mariale Marrero, Erika Costell, Katie Angel, and many other YouTube stars. It has a roster of 1,750 influencers and 400 million subscribers, and gets three billion Youtube views a month. The five-year-old company was recognized as the … [Read more...] about Vietnam digital media giant acquires US network
Pop star Đàm Vĩnh Hưng was the first artist to receive a high level of income from advertisements on all nine channels of POPS Worldwide. — Photo ngoisao.netViet Nam News HCM CITY — NBCUniversal Media, a New York-based multinational media group, and its Vietnamese partner, POPS Worldwide, are working together to produce and distribute entertainment videos on YouTube. They will launch POPS TV, an entertainment video website, containing celebrity news and hot reality series. The website will consist of three categories: E!Zone, Entertainment and Music, which will feature TV shows on fashion, beauty, kids, movies, music and hot news about international and local superstars, along with many more. POPS Worldwide will also localise and distribute E! Zone channel’s top hot reality shows produced by NBCUniversal, such as Keeping up with the Kardashians, Citizen Rose, E! News Asia Special and Rich Kids of Beverly Hills. They later will produce … [Read more...] about US, Việt Nam entertainment groups jointly produce videos on YouTube
VietNamNet Bridge - Many Vietnamese make video clips to post on YouTube as they believe it allows them to make money quickly and easy. Young people have been shocked by the high number of video views on YouTube and subscribers that Son Tung M-TP, a Vietnamese singer, has received. They have questioned how much Son Tung can earn from such a high number of viewers. Socialblade, a tool which watches the development YouTube channels on Google’s online video network, showed that Son Tung M-TP Official channel ranks 1982nd in the globe in the number of subscribers. It is an A-class channel with the number of views ranking it as the 2273rd among the channels on YouTube. Many Vietnamese make video clips to post on YouTube as they believe it allows them to make money quickly and easy. In the last 30 days, Son Tung M-TP has had 86.6 million views and 364.3 new subscribers. With such a high number of viewers and subscribers, Socialblade estimates the singer can earn $21,000-346,000 a … [Read more...] about Vietnamese youth try to make money on YouTube
VietNamNet Bridge - With the same number of video followers, the revenue that content owners and suppliers can earn when posting video on YourTV will be eight times higher than on Youtube. This is the conclusion made after one year of research and one month of operating YourTV. According to Han Huu Hai, the CEO of the app, YourTV is positioned as a social network for sharing videos, specifically designed for Vietnamese. Unlike Facebook and Youtube which collect money from ads, the app will share revenue directly from users to content producers. This means that while Youtube and Facebook try to attract as many viewers as possible and make money through selling ads, YourTV doesn’t expect money from ads, but it focuses on revenue from content. With the same number of video followers, the revenue that content owners and suppliers can earn when posting video on YourTV will be eight times higher than on Youtube. Also, according to Hai, the app won’t compete with Youtube and … [Read more...] about Instead of earning VND1 from Youtube, Vietnamese app yields VND8