Compete with Clubhouse, Facebook will pay creators USD 50 thousand


 Meta parent company Facebook will reportedly set up money to pay creators who use Live Audio Room, a feature that comes to rival Clubhouse.

According to a report from The Information, Meta will pay Facebook creators USD 50 thousand to create content using Live Audio Rooms.


Previously in July, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised his company would set up a fund of USD 1 billion for its creators by the end of 2022.



This Meta step has also been taken to increase the use of Reels where creators will be paid USD 35 thousand  to increase Reels users who are presented as TikTok competitors.


The report from The Information also mentions the requirements for creators who want to get paid from Meta by using the Live Audio Rooms feature.



Facebook reportedly wants creators to have four to six sessions of at least 30 minutes long. Live Audio Rooms itself was launched by Facebook in the United States, last June.



Hollywood singer Miley Cyrus to comedian Sherry Cola is known to have used this feature. However, it is not known whether they are also paid for appearing in this feature.


It's important to note that Meta isn't the only tech company that pays creators. There's TikTok with its Creator Fund program, Snap with Spotlight, and Twitter with its paid "accelerator" program for the Spaces audio feature, according to The Verge.

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