(A) Weekly Video Report.
(B) Asset Conflict Report.
(C) Ownership Report.
(D) Revenue Report.
The Asset Conflict report would help you resolve asset ownership conflicts. You can check your shared asset ownership in your Asset Conflict Report. This report lists all partners you’re in conflict with and all territories/countries where conflicts are occurring.
It tracks daily average views of videos that contain assets in conflict, so you can prioritize conflict resolution based on how much revenue they could be earning.
This question is a part of the “Assert ownership through assets” lesson from the Music Assets unit and the Check your Knowledge section of the “Manage your rights at scale” lesson from the YouTube Content Ownership course.