Have a great idea for a online video project, but just need a little funding for equipment, actors, or editing? A new, Santa Monica-based startup TubeStart, said today that it has launched its crowdfunding platform specifically for YouTube video content creators. The startup--founded and headed by Josef Holm--said it not only allows traditional, crowdfunding campaigns with specific dollar goals--but also lets supporters sign up for "subscriptions" of between $5 and $150 monthly to support YouTube content efforts. The company said the subscriptions are an aim at avoiding the issues around the traditional, crowdsourced "all or nothing" model.
Top NewsTuesday, August 20, 2013
TubeStart Launches Crowdfunding Site For YouTube Projects