Category: Basics
If the channel is not monetized yet, your channel does not fall under the eligibility criteria of the MCN. We will recommend you continue creating content consistently in order to be noticed!
Category: Monetization

According to the YouTube Partner Program requirements, your channel needs at least 1,000 subscribers and 4000 hours of watch time to be eligible to monetize your account. However, in case your videos are claimed revenue can be earned on the views, we do this for creators so that they can monetize from DAY 1.

Category: Basics

If the channel is tied into a multi-channel network, you can view the connection on the channel dashboard. However, if you do not have access to the channel you cannot identify channels part of a MCN, unless it is explicitly mentioned in the channel ‘About’ section or on other platforms related to the channel. 

Category: Basics

If you want to join the network, you have to wait for us to find your channel or you reach out to us through our contact details on the website. A relevant channel manager will get in touch with you. The contract is usually for 36 months. If you want to cancel the agreement, you can discuss it with your channel manager to proceed with termination.

Category: Basics

DRM works with video platforms to offer assistance to a channel owner in areas such as content management, cross-promotion, partner management, copyrights management, monetization,  audience growth in exchange for a percentage of the revenue earned through sales.

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DRM makes money by taking a cut of the advertorial income of the signed broadcasters, publishers and creators. 

Category: Basics

When considering whether to join a MCN, you need to consider what value can the network provide you. DRM offers support and opportunities including channel optimization, cross promotion, immediate access to your target audience, copyrights management, collaborations, and brand deals. 

Category: Basics

DRM owns two Content Owners – Dot Republic Media and Walnut media which use YouTube’s Content Management System (CMS) to manage metadata of different content types along with automated copyrights management.

Category: Basics

An MCN can help assist you with optimizing monetisation, digital rights management, improving reach, cross-promoting, product development, getting sponsorships, and exploring collaboration possibilities.