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Facebook paying creators up to $50,000 to use Live Audio Rooms

San Francisco, November 19

Meta-owned Fb is reportedly paying creators as much as $50,000 to make use of the platforms Dwell Audio Rooms function, a rival to audio chat app Clubhouse.

In line with The Data, Fb is providing to pay musicians and different celebrities “tens of hundreds of {dollars} to host classes on its new dwell audio function”.

“Manufacturing firms working for Fb, owned by Meta Platforms, have contacted music artists and social media stars in latest weeks providing cost packages to host Fb Dwell Audio Rooms, based on two folks with direct information of the outreach,” the report mentioned on Thursday.

Fb is providing to pay musicians and different creators “$10,000 to $50,000 per session on its five-month-old dwell audio product, plus a payment for visitors of $10,000 or extra”, the report talked about.

The social community needs creators to host 4 to 6 classes at the least half-hour in size.

Dwell Audio Rooms was launched within the US in June.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg had mentioned in July this 12 months that the social community would pay $1 billion to creators by the top of 2022.

The Meta-owned Instagram can also be doing the identical to spice up its TikTok-rival Reels, paying creators as much as $35,000 to publish to the platform.

TikTok additionally has a Creator Fund whereas Twitter has a paid “accelerator” programme for its audio function known as Areas. — IANS

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