Managing a successful YouTube channel can be a challenge. In many cases, creators sign up to be a part of multi-channel networks, or MCNs, to help make the process a bit easier. The idea is to hold hundreds or even thousands of creators in one place, with the network splitting ad revenue in exchange for achieving higher ad rates.

No matter where you stand on the debate between whether or not these networks are a good thing, it remains true that thousands of creators use them. However, thanks to new policy changes by YouTube, some MCNs are being forced to purge creators and more…

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