Why should B/R be allowed to monetize a video that Cleveland.com clearly isn't making money from?LOL, I'm trying to understand why they care about use if a credit is applied?
There's no ads on the original video.
Cleveland.com makes zero money off of twitter views.
I don't see an article on Cleveland.com with the video.
I would imagine a spot on House of Highlights or B/R instagram is worth more impression dollars than anything Cleveland.com could make off the video on the site. Seems petty. Wonder if B/R didn't credit them in the past for something?