I was just thinking about this today...I'd like to see YT channels succeed...I mean broadcast TV sucks and I can't see paying for cable when one can find stuff online for free.
Temis the Vorta wrote:
If they produce shows for YouTube, they need to line up advertising to fund those shows, which means that they need to line up advertisers in each territory. So it stands to reason that in territories where they haven't lined up advertisers, the video would be blocked.
Like you said before it needs to work like AdSense...then nothing would need to be blocked.