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Hi Machinima Partners!

No drumroll needed, let’s get right to it. This newsletter addresses Managed and Affiliate channels, as well as questions concerning Content ID claims.

Quick Recap on the Managed and Affiliate Channel Changes

In the last 4 years, Machinima has grown from a portfolio of channels to an incredible ecosystem of channels spanning the gaming and entertainment spectrum. The growth of MCNs like ours has lead YouTube to implement a series of changes to the platform to help creators of all size succeed.  As part of that change, we were asked to assign channels into "managed" and "affiliate" designations. We want to make it clear that all of our creators are important to us, and channels in both designations will continue to receive support as part of being with Machinima.

Am I a Managed or Affiliate Channel?

We’re still in process of transitioning channels from Affiliate to Managed and your ongoing patience is appreciated. Partners affected by this change will be contacted directly (please be patient, as this will continue to take place over the next few weeks). Regardless of your channel classification, we’re always here to help you.

Q: Will every channel be managed?
A: Not at this time, but your Machinima Team will continue to provide insight into this process, including best practices for monetization review and new ways to grow your audience.

Q: How do I qualify to be a Managed Channel?
A: Continue to upload content that does not violate copyright and abides by YouTube guidelines.

Q: Should I request to be a Managed Channel?
A: Not at this time. We understand this is important to any content creator, so our team is excited to help you implement proper content practices, grow your audience, and develop your brand. Your success is our success.

Q: How should I handle the monetization review process as an Affiliate Channel?
A: Upload content that does not violate copyright and abides by YouTube guidelines. If you keep your account in good standing, you will retain your current status in the YouTube monetization review process, and therefore should not see a change in monetization.

Please note that we expect lower monetization in January due to seasonality (holidays are over, so advertisers are spending less during January), which will not be tied to monetization review.

Q: What’s up with the Content ID claims and what should I do if my videos have been affected?
A: Quick recap: Copyright holders use Content ID to easily identify and manage their content on YouTube. Every video uploaded to YouTube is scanned against a database of files that have been submitted to YouTube by content owners. When Content ID identifies a match between your video and a file in the database, it applies the policy chosen by the content owner. Additional information on Content ID can be found here.

Q. I want to dispute the Content ID claim against my video. Where can I learn more about that process?

A: If you are certain that the claim against your content is not valid you are well within your right to dispute the claim.  More info on the process is available here.

Q: I disputed my claim but it was mistakenly upheld by the content owner, can I appeal?

A: Yes you can. More info on appeals can be found here.

As a reminder, we recommend following @M_Insider on Twitter for real time updates.

We know you have plenty of questions and we’re excited to provide plenty of guidance, so send your inquiries our way and we will get right on them! Click me to send a question.

More to come!

Your Machinima Team

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