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ASMP — American Society of Media Photographers

Facebook to Pay $1 Billion to Creators Through 2022

By July 29, 2021Strictly Business Blog

ASMP is looking into the details of this program to ensure it is protective of creators’ rights and will update the membership as more information becomes available.

Cross-posted from copyrightalliance.org

On July 14, Facebook announced plans to pay $1 billion through 2022 to users who create content for Facebook and Instagram social networks. “This investment will include new bonus programs that pay eligible creators for hitting certain milestones when they use our creative and monetization tools. We’ll also provide seed funding for creators to produce their content. Our goal is to help as many creators as possible find sustainable, long-term success on our apps.” Some of these bonuses are available now on Facebook by invitation, including the “in-stream bonus,” which pays an earnings bonus over the next four months to select video creators using in-stream ads; and the “stars bonus,” which gives creators monthly bonuses for meeting certain Stars milestones. More information is available here.

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  • fpflavin says:

    Somehow I always thought there would be a problem about copyright protection on Facebook and other social media platforms.
    I try my best to copyright images that I think necessary.
    Hard to know of what happens later.
    Thank You Alliance !
    Frank Flavin Photographer
    Lifetime Member ASMP & PPofA
    flavin@alaska.nert

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