System-managed Reports - Fields

The following table defines fields that appear in YouTube Reporting API system-managed reports:

Fields
adjustment_type This field indicates whether the row represents normal revenue data or an adjustment to previously reported revenue:
  • If the row represents normal revenue data, the field value is None. In addition, the data in that row reports data for the month associated with the report.
  • If the row represents an adjustment to previously reported data, the field contains one of the values in the list below. In this case, the row might contain data from months other than the month associated with the report. For example, the November 2016 report could contain adjustments applicable to events in October 2016 or other prior months.

    Possible adjustment types are:
    • Backpay - Payment that was withheld due to missing ownership.
    • Conflict Resolution - Payment that was withheld due to an ownership conflict. This is also a form of back payment.
    • Dispute Resolution - Payment related to a resolved dispute for revenue withheld prior to the current month’s payments.
    • Dispute Conflict Resolution - A backpay payment derived from a resolved dispute that was withheld due to ownership in conflict.
    • Spam Adjustment - Payment related to spam correction. This is a deduction, which AdSense reports as Invalid Activity - YouTube.
    • Revenue Correction - Payment related to a technical bug or data correction. This value could be a credit or a deduction.
asset_channel_id The channel that owns the partner-uploaded video that is claimed by the asset (asset_id). The field value is a YouTube channel ID that uniquely identifies the channel. You can retrieve additional data about the channel using the YouTube Data API's channels.list method.
asset_id The YouTube asset ID that uniquely identifies the asset associated with the data in the row. You can retrieve additional data about the asset using the YouTube Content ID API's assets.list method or look up the asset in the YouTube Creator Studio.
asset_labels Asset labels that are associated with the asset. Asset labels provide a way to group assets into custom categories. The labels can then be used to search for assets, update groups of assets, create campaigns for labeled assets, filter YouTube Analytics, and more.
asset_title The asset's title.
asset_type The asset's type. Possible values are:
  • Art Track — Represents a track on YouTube of a sound recording that doesn't have a premium music video.
  • Composition — Represents a musical composition. A composition has metadata like ISWC and writers. It is the only asset type that can have multiple owners per territory. It may be embedded in a sound recording asset.
  • Movie — Represents a feature film. A movie has metadata like ISAN/EIDR and directors.
  • Music Video — Represents the official music video for a sound recording. A music video has metadata like Video ISRC, song, and artists. A music video asset embeds a sound recording asset.
  • Sound Recording — Represents an audio recording. A sound recording has metadata like ISRC, artist, and album. It embeds a composition asset, and may in turn be embedded in a music video asset.
  • Television episode — Represents an episode from a television show. An episode has metadata like season and episode number.
  • Web — Represents YouTube original video or other types of video content not covered by the other asset types.
category The video's genre, as displayed on the video's watch page. The value is a YouTube video category ID. You can use the YouTube Data API's videoCategories.list method to retrieve a mapping of video category IDs to category names.
channel_display_name The display name of the channel that uploaded the video.
channel_id The channel that owns the video (video_id) associated with the data in the row. The field value is a YouTube channel ID that uniquely identifies the channel. You can retrieve additional data about the channel using the YouTube Data API's channels.list method.
claim_origin The method by which the claim against the video was created. Possible field values are:
  • Audio Match
  • Audio Swap
  • Batch Tool
  • CMS_UPLOAD
  • Content ID API
  • Descriptive Search
  • External
  • GameID Match
  • Google Dev ID
  • Hashcode
  • Melody Match
  • SFTP Upload
  • Video Match
  • Web Search
  • Web Upload
  • YouTube Admin
claim_type Indicates whether the claim covers the audio, video, or audiovisual portion of the claimed content. Valid values for this field are:
  • Audio
  • Audio-Visual
  • Visual
content_type The source of the claimed video. Possible values are:
  • Partner-provided – The video that you upload to a YouTube channel that you own. You claim the video as you upload it, and apply a usage policy to it. Claiming partner-uploaded content enables monetization options, Content ID matching, and reporting.
  • Premium UGC – A video, which was uploaded by a third party, that contains copyrighted segments that meet the length and proportionality requirements to be treated the same as partner-provided licensed content.
  • UGC – A video, which was uploaded by a third party, that contains content that you own as determined by a Content ID match or a manual claim. The match policy associated with that claim determines where and how the video is available on YouTube.
country_code Identifies the country where the activity occurred. The value is an ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
custom_id A unique value that you, the metadata provider, use to identify an asset. The value could be a unique ID that you created for the asset or a standard identifier, such as an ISRC. The value has a maximum length of 64 bytes and may contain alphanumeric characters, hyphens (-), underscores (_), periods (.), "at" symbols (@), or forward slashes (/).
date The day that the activity occurred. The value is in YYYYMMDD format.
multiple_claims Indicates whether there is more than one claim on the video. The value is false if there is one claim on the video and true if there is more than one.

Note: This field is called Multiple Claims? in reports downloadable from the Reports section of the YouTube Creator Studio.
owned_views The total number of views of your owned content for which the policy that you set for the content is either monetize or track.

YouTube ads reports and YouTube Red subscription reports for non-music content both contain the policy field, which indicates whether the policy associated with the data was monetize or track.
partner_revenue Your revenue from advertising after the revenue share split has been applied. This field appears in YouTube ads reports. The youtube_revenue_split field contains the total revenue before the revenue share split was applied.
partner_revenue_auction Your revenue from auction-sold AdSense advertising.
partner_revenue_partner_sold_partner_served Your revenue from advertisements that you sold and served from your own external ad servers.
partner_revenue_partner_sold_youtube_served Your revenue from advertising sold via DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP) after the revenue share split has been applied.
partner_revenue_reserved Your revenue from reserved-sold advertising via DoubleClick (DCLK) and other YouTube-sold sources after the revenue share split has been applied.
policy The policy applied to the video. The value is either monetize or track.
uploader The name of the user who uploaded the video.
video_duration_sec The length of the video in seconds.
video_id The claimed video associated with the data in the row. The field value is a YouTube video ID, which uniquely identifies the video. You can retrieve additional data about the video using the YouTube Data API's videos.list method.
video_title The title of the video associated with the data in the row..
youtube_revenue_split Total YouTube ads revenue from your content. This amount is subsequently split according to the revenue share rate. The partner_revenue field contains your revenue.
youtube_revenue_split_auction Total revenue from auction-sold AdSense advertising prior to applying revenue share splits.
youtube_revenue_split_partner_sold_partner_served Total revenue from partner-sold, partner-served ads. This amount is subsequently split according to the revenue share rate. The partner_revenue_partner_served_partner_sold contains your revenue from partner-sold, partner-served ads.
youtube_revenue_split_partner_sold_youtube_served Total revenue from DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP). This amount is subsequently split according to the revenue share rate. The partner_revenue_partner_served_partner_sold contains your revenue from partner-sold, partner-served ads.
youtube_revenue_split_reserved Total revenue from reserved-sold advertising via DoubleClick (DCLK) and other YouTube-sold sources. This amount is subsequently split according to the revenue share rate. The partner_revenue_reserved contains your revenue from these sources.