Two YouTubers with 2 million subscribers face a $6,000 bill over a copyright complaint and risk losing their channel if they don’t pay up
|01/14/2020||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Two YouTubers have been issued with a $6,000 invoice for alleged copyright infringement and could lose their channel if they don’t pay up.
- Henry Liang and Jeannie Lee — known online as MxR and PotasticPanda – run channels with more than 2 million collective subscribers.
- They posted a reaction video that saw them watching four clips recently acquired by media company Jukin Media, which promptly issued an invoice and threatened to send a copyright complaint to YouTube.
- Google’s “three strikes” rule for YouTube videos means that three or more instances of copyright infringement by a channel results in that channel being “subject to read more >>>