One of the most successful monetization options on YouTube for creators is the Super Chat, which allow creators to receive donations from their fans during a live stream event. Following on those steps, YouTube introduced Premieres, which allow creators to debut pre-recorded videos as a live moment.
When the creator chooses to release a Premiere, YouTube will automatically create a public landing page to build antecipation and hype around that content. YouTube enabled the live chat for these events, which means that even though they are not live streams, fans will be able to interact with each other and the creator in real time.
Additionally, the creator will also be able to take advantage of the Super Chat feature and Channel Membership perks that are enabled for the Premieres.
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