(A) This might occur when assets and the videos they claim have different monetization policies enabled.
(B) This happens when a video contains multiple assets. Revenue from all assets should add up to video’s revenue.
(C) This only happens with music, if ownership is split between performance and composition assets.
(D) This can happen when an asset has multiple owners in different territories: revenue can vary from country to country.
revenue in the Asset report might not match revenue in the Video report when a video contains multiple assets. Revenue from all assets should add up to the video’s revenue.
This question is a part of the YouTube Asset Monetization Assessment. You can find answers to all the questions asked in this exam in our YouTube Asset Monetization Assessment Answers page.