Facebook Is Paying Rs 38 Lakh For Using Live Audio, Rs 26 Lakh For Instagram Reels!

The aspirations of Mark Zuckerberg are nowhere near being contained. Recently the company founded by Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook ‘Meta’morphosed itself. The company now will be known as Meta. Even though the name has changed the original aggressive ethos of the company is constant. The willingness to do everything in its power to remain at the top of the social media world.

In recent times the world was taken by a storm with an audio social media app called Clubhouse. The invite-only app has been a talk of the town all over the world. Facebook, looking at the prospective challenge of the Clubhouse has launched a feature called Audio Room. And now the company has revealed massive plans to boost the feature.

Audio Rooms Creators will be paid up to $50,000

Facebook had launched its audio service; Live Audio Rooms as well as Podcasts in June. In July 2021, Mark Zuckerberg had revealed that the company has plans to pay $1 billion to creators by the end of 2022. According to sources, Meta-owned Facebook will pay creators up to $50,000 to use the platform’s Live Audio Rooms feature.

It is well-known fact that the photo-sharing app Instagram (Owned by Meta) also pays creators up to $35,000 to post reels on to the platform. According to the latest report, “Facebook is now offering to pay musicians and other creators $10,000 to $50,000 per session on its five-month-old live audio product, plus a fee for guests of $10,000 or more.”

Extensive plans to promote Audio Rooms and Reels

Facebook is ready to pay heftily to its creators on the platform. For this, the creators will have to host between four to six sessions at least 30 minutes in length.

In June, the company had stated that “select podcasts will be available to listeners in the US.” Admins who host a Live Audio Room will get an option to select a nonprofit or fundraiser to support during their conversation. Notably, listeners and speakers can directly donate to the hosts.

Currently, Facebook allows the host to add up to 50 speakers in a live audio session. There’s no limit to the number of listeners, so anyone can join any live audio room on Facebook.

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