Will Advertisers Pay $62 Million To Sponsor YouTube Channels? Here's Today's Ad Brief

YouTube’s music and pop culture verticals are asking advertisers for $62 million a piece for one-year sponsorships. This is all a part of YouTube’s $100 million experiment in which the site will feature 96 channels of original content.

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