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I know that:

  1. One can see if a video on YouTube is monetized if one is the video/channel owner.

  2. One can see if a YouTube channel is monetized even if one is not the channel owner:

    When you're on view page source [of the YouTube channel], hit CTRL+F to open the search box and search the value "is_monetization_enabled".

    If you can read
    "key":"is_monetization_enabled","value":"true".
    then the channel is monetized.

    If you can read
    "key":"is_monetization_enabled","value":"false".
    then the channel is NOT monetized.

  3. One can see if a video on YouTube is monetized, even if one is not the video/channel owner:

    To check if a video is monetized, go to the video's page, view the page's source code, and search for the string yt_ad. If the string is present and set to true, the video is monetized, else it's not.

isthischannelmonetized.com mentions:

Seeing ads on a video or seeing the “yt_ad” string in the page source code doesn’t mean that the video is monetized by the channel’s owner – it could be monetized by YouTube itself or by a third-party.

If a YouTube video is monetized, how can I see if the revenue goes to the channel’s owner, YouTube or a 3rd-party, if I'm not the video/channel owner?

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