An alternative option for YouTube instead of killing reliant third-party apps

Just spilling my thoughts on this case about YouTube going after — and usually killing off — third-party providers that rely on the number one video-sharing platform’s API.

You’re earning money from using our API. We’re not. Prepare to die.

Understandable, but instead of shutting these increasingly popular providers down why not leverage their userbase to rake in more users and revenue?

Think of radio programs. FM stations. Podcasts. Music streaming services. How do they handle advertising in exchange for free access or entertainment?

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