Next month, YouTube will start demonetizing ‘low-quality’ children’s videos.

YouTube children's videos

Google has announced a policy change that would encourage YouTube producers to create and upload more high-quality children’s videos. If the content they post is of low quality, google will demonetize channels that primarily target young people or brand themselves as “designed for kids” starting next month. According to YouTube’s definition, this might include videos that are overtly commercial or incite bad conduct. YouTube advises that some videos may get limited or no advertisements as a result of the new policy. Violations of the firm’s new content restrictions may result in expulsion from the YouTube Partner Program, according to the corporation.

The change is part of Google’s recent attempt to make YouTube and YouTube Kids more acceptable for kids and their families. Also, expanded parental controls for tweens and adolescents were announced at the start of the year. It recently added new safeguards to its many platforms to protect children. The business changed the default upload setting for users between the ages of 13 and 17 to the most private option accessible as one of those modifications.

Google said about the latest policy change, “Our ultimate goal is to foster a safe and enriching environment for families while rewarding trusted creators who are making high-quality kids and family content”. It might take some time for the new standards to improve the quality of YouTube children’s videos. So it’s not a bad idea to keep an eye on what your kids are watching.

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