YouTube has allowed ads to be shown in the middle of videos longer than 8 minutes
YouTube will allow you to display ads in the middle of videos that are longer than 8 minutes. The new rules will take effect from the end of July. Currently, you can add commercial Ads in videos longer than 10 minutes.
This month, advertisers will be able to place ads in the middle of a video longer than 8 minutes. The placement will be determined automatically so that the ad doesn't start in the middle of a phrase.
YouTube says it will also add ads to existing videos where commercial ads were previously disabled. In the new content, such ads will be enabled by default. If desired, content creators can set up settings in the YouTube Creative Studio until July 27, 2020, by disabling ads in their videos.
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