- 19 January 2011
- by Joshua Cohen
Check week is a big deal at blip.tv. The online video hosting, advertising, and distribution network splits ad revenue - the tune of $10 to $15 CPMs - 50/50 with content creators who upload their web shows to the blip.tv platform and engage all of blip's advertising options. Every quarter, the company sends checks to those content creators who've accumulated at least $25 (and as much as $143,000) in revenue from the opt-in advertising program over the past three months. It makes for a lot of checks and a lot of happy web video makers. But what's better than check week once a quarter? How about check week once a month? In order to do its part to stimulate online content creation, blip.tv is moving to a monthly payout system. Starting in April, blip will cut checks to web video producers for the money they earned in January. In May they'll receive checks for February,
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