Giving You the Business - Netflix

Each week, four standout employees are handpicked by their CEO and secretly put to the test in a series of outrageous challenges designed to gauge their skills. With hidden cameras capturing their every move, the strongest candidate will walk away with the keys to their very own franchise worth up to half a million dollars!

Giving You the Business - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-04-25

Giving You the Business - YouTube Play Button - Netflix

YouTube Play Buttons, a part of the YouTube Creator Rewards, act as recognition by YouTube of its most popular channels. These are distinct from the YouTube Awards, which are intended to recognize the best quality videos. YouTube Creator Rewards are based on a channel's subscriber count, but are awarded at the sole discretion of YouTube. Each channel is reviewed before an award is issued, to ensure that the channel follows the YouTube community guidelines. YouTube reserves the right to refuse to hand out a Creator Reward, which it did not give to select channels with horror or political content, and various critics.

Giving You the Business - Awards - Netflix

The Silver Play Button, for channels that surpass 100,000 subscribers. The old version was made of nickel-plated cupronickel alloy. The new version (as of March 1, 2017) is 92% nickel, 5% carbon and 2.5% zinc, with traces of other metals. In March of 2018 the look of Silver Play Button was updated from a metal button housed within a window box with the channel's name printed on the front glass pane to a cleaner-looking flat designed metal plaque award featuring the channel name's embossed on it. The Gold Play Button, for channels that surpass 1,000,000 subscribers. It is made of gold-plated brass. In March of 2018 the look of Gold Play Button was updated from a metal button housed within a window box with the channel's name printed on the front glass pane to a cleaner-looking flat designed metal plaque award featuring the channel name's embossed on it. The Diamond Play Button, for channels that surpass 10,000,000 subscribers. It is made of silver-plated metal inset with a large piece of crystal in the shape of a play button triangle. The Ruby Play Button, for channels that surpass 50,000,000 subscribers. On December 18, 2016 YouTuber PewDiePie was the first YouTuber to receive a ruby colored trophy as a gift for reaching 50,000,000 subscribers. It was made in the shape of his channel's logo: a hand giving a “bro fist”, or a fist bump. It also came with several mini-awards to be gifted to subscribers that had been subscribed the longest and were still active. It is not referenced in the Creators Award page, and it is unknown if such a trophy will be given out to any other YouTuber who surpasses the milestone in the future. Second Channel to get Ruby play Button is T-Series.

When a verified YouTuber reaches a specific milestone and is deemed eligible for a YouTube Creator Reward, they are awarded a relatively flat trophy in a metal casing with a YouTube play button symbol. The trophies are of different sizes: each button and plaque gets progressively bigger the more subscribers the channel gets. There are currently three different tiers of rewards, plus a fourth that has been awarded only once:

Giving You the Business - References - Netflix