Beware: This is how the Livestream will cause the YouTube channel to be closed

 

Beware: This is how the Livestream will cause the YouTube channel to be closed

Do you imagine that the live broadcast on YouTube may cause the channel to be closed if it violates one of the conditions that we will talk about today.

Yes, that's right, today we will tell you about the restrictions imposed on live broadcasts.


Youtube live broadcast

Live broadcasting on YouTube helps to raise your channel rank tremendously, and thus will help you increase views and achieve 1000 subscribers, and also helps greatly in achieving 4000 watch hours.

It will also strengthen your connection with your audience, and fortunately a few days ago, YouTube announced the possibility of doing a live broadcast from the phone, after reaching only 50 subscribers, instead of 1000 subscribers.

But if you violate the laws of YouTube in the live broadcast, your fate will inevitably be to close your channel, stop the live broadcast feature in the channel, or prevent you from making a profit on your channel, and in this article, we will talk about all of that in detail.

And in the event that YouTube blocks the live broadcast on your account, you will not be able to use the live broadcast in any other channel, because your IP has been blocked, even if you try to use a VPN.


What are the restrictions on live broadcasting on YouTube?

The restrictions imposed on live broadcasts are as follows:

  • If you violate the forum's guidelines.
  • A ban on live broadcasts, in other words, if you take a video or part of a video of copyrighted content.
  • If your live broadcast receives a request for content removal due to copyright infringement.
  • If your broadcast matches another proprietary live broadcast.
  • Also, if you happen to exceed the daily limit to create a live broadcast, you will be able to do another broadcast after 24 hours.
  • It is also possible to stop the live broadcast feature in the channel, which features have been disabled in a large number of its videos, what I mean is if you have previously taken a violation or warning in your videos, due to violating YouTube laws, including: content that incites hatred, or promotion and praise of criminal organizations.
  • YouTube does not allow live streaming for children under the age of 13.
  • In the event that YouTube classifies the broadcast as intended for children, some features in the broadcast will be disabled, for example, comments and live chat.
  • In the event that you attempt to bypass copyright, live broadcast of a match or any video that is protected by copyright and in this case, your channel's live broadcast feature will be discontinued, and your channel may receive a warning of copyright and intellectual property infringement.


Finally, we advise you to observe YouTube's policies and not to defraud YouTube, and thus our topic is over, goodbye.

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