The Washington Post



Tiktok will allow some creators to produce collection­s of longer videos and charge their audience a premium for access, opening a new channel of monetizati­on for its users, the Chinese video-sharing app said Tuesday. Its new offering “Series” will allow eligible creators to put collection­s of up to 80 videos, each about 20 minutes long, behind a paywall. Currently, the allowed length of a video on Tiktok is up to 10 minutes. It is not clear whether Tiktok will take a cut from the creators. The company already offers its creators the ability to receive tips and gifts, as well as manages a fund to incentiviz­e them to grow their audience.

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