Click here to listen to NPR report by Laura Sydell about amateur video creators getting paid. It’s mostly about Google Video and the EepyBird fellas. What’s annoying is that Google Video is hailed as sharing with creators when EepyBird is the exception not the rule. In fact the rest of us will get nothing from Google unless we have 1,000 hours of content.
“This stuff will professionalize mainly because the audiences will become more discerning. What they’re willing to look at… the bar is going to rise,” says one expert on the report.