Creatives have been hit with some major blows recently when it comes to earning revenue with existing online platforms. After YouTube kicked tens of thousands of small creators (including our channel) out of its partnership program, platforms like StreaMe are emerging with the promise of putting creators first.
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StreaMe is bringing publishing, distribution, monetization, marketing, and promotion all under one roof, bridging the fragmentation gap content creators experience while utilizing current UGC and DIY methods.
The StreaMe ecosystem is designed for creators to be at the peak of the earning hierarchy by offering potential revenue streams of up to 80 percent.
Slated to launch this fall, StreaMe plans to have 300 publishers and content owners on the platform out of the gate. Early adopters include Hollywood filmakers, Variety reports.
Calling Content Creators
StreaMe will be launching in the fall of 2018, with the goal of initially hosting 300+ publishers, aggregators, content owners, rights holders, and creatives.
StreaMe is partnering with creatives to develop exclusive content for the platform, and accepting content submissions from networks, studios, celebrities, influencers, and independent production companies.
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