watch time

watch time

[′wäch ‚tīm]
(horology)
The hour of the day as indicated by a watch or clock.
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Channels at YouTube will need to have at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time within the past year to be eligible for ads, according to Muret.
YouTube pays according to what they call watch time.
The changes, which will start today, mean that in order to make money from videos, uploaders must have 4,000 hours of watch time within the past 12 months and 1,000 subscribers.
Keeping healthy and active is a priority and there's no need to sit idle and watch time go by.
Apparently, the social media giant is now imposing that channels of content creators should have at least 4,000 hours of watch time in a year, which is bad news for those who are just in the early phase of their YouTube career.
A major impact of this update could be on Facebook's Pages section that may see their reach, video watch time and referral traffic decrease.
Saudi Arabia currently constitutes one-third of total watch time on YouTube in the Arab world with 65 percent annual growth in watch time on mobile devices, of which the top content viewed includes entertainment, music and education.
He worries though that YouTube will not act until public outcry grows severe or existing tactics impair watch time.
According to a report published by Google, watch time on YouTube is growing by 60% year-on-year in the region.
As 57% of those users completed watching the episodes they clicked on, the series racked up 187 years of watch time.
YouTube also offers its own analytics with the number of views, watch time, average view duration and more.
According to analytics agency Tubular Labs, Saudi Arabia has the highest Youtube watch time per capita in the world.