(A) Yes, because the first one to deliver the asset earns the revenue from it.
(B) Yes, because territories that share ownership of an asset need to coordinate payment.
(C) No, because only you would generate revenue from the asset.
(D) No, because YouTube handles revenue splits across territories.
If a Composition Share Asset you own in the U.S. is owned by a different company in France then you’re not responsible for paying out their share of asset revenue because YouTube handles revenue splits across territories.
This question is a part of the Review asset performance lesson from the Delivery and data management unit. You can get answers to all the questions asked in this unit on our Delivery and data management Answers page.