Williams Trading University’s ‘Retailer’s Guide to COVID-19’ Now on YouTube

Originally posted on Williams Trading University, Williams Trading Co. has uploaded a condensed version of its COVID-19: A Retailer’s Guide e-Learning module on YouTube for all wholesale adult retailers.
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Eminem’s ‘Rap God’ Hits 1 Billion YouTube Views

He actually did get away with that Columbine line the second time around.


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Expand Your Camming Reach With YouTube

The glitz and glamour of YouTube stardom can be very appealing, especially to a cam model looking to expand their brand into the mainstream world.
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‘You get to see my little brown pinches of sugar’ -YouTube phenomenon Liza Koshy

For the second season of “Liza on Demand,” she hopes fans will get a kick out of seeing her naked. Her channel has more than 17 million subscribers and 2.5 billion views. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).


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EXCLUSIVE: Louis Vuitton Introduces LVTV Editorial Content on YouTube

LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU: Louis Vuitton is augmenting its YouTube channel with a new entertainment section dubbed LVTV, featuring videos that take viewers behind the scenes with its celebrity brand ambassadors, and provide exclusive access to its fashion shows and leather goods workshops.
The editorial content is organized around five major categories: savoir-faire, institutional, friends of the house, travel and campaigns. Episodes include “Riverdale” star Madelaine Petsch doing ASMR with Vuitton handbags and shoes; Emma Stone getting ready for the 2019 Oscars, and documentary-maker Loïc Prigent visiting the historic Vuitton workshop in Asnières, on the outskirts of Paris.
Vuitton’s YouTube channel, which has 332,000 subscribers, is already home to ad campaigns, runway footage and branded content. The addition of original content, exclusive to the platform, comes at a time of rapid growth for YouTube’s fashion and beauty content, including the launch this month of a dedicated fashion vertical.
In a sign of the changing times, Vuitton teamed with YouTube star Emma Chamberlain for a video at its cruise 2020 show, which has garnered more than 2 million views. Its 20-minute clip featuring Vine stars the Dolan Twins attending the men’s spring 2020 show, meanwhile, has been watched almost 1.9 million times.

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YouTube Stars Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul Get Married in Glitzy Vegas Wedding

Tana Mongeau, Jake Paul Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul are officially married!
Five weeks have passed since the YouTubers surprisingly got engaged in a Las Vegas nightclub, and now they have returned to Sin City to…


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Episode 605 Scott Adams: Talking About the R-Word That Gets me Demonetized by YouTube, Iran

Content: 

  • Georgia State lawmaker and a Cuban Dem…meet in a supermarket
  • LESS racism under Trump, racism sharply declined under Trump
  • Iran’s Ex-President Ahmadinejad’s NYT interview
    • He flatters President Trump, frames the situation correctly
  • Geraldo Rivera’s tweet on President Trump’s “go back” statement
    • My reply tweet, literal free money

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Episode 570 Scott Adams: YouTube Demonetization, Russia Hacking, Iran, Harvard, DNA, Deportations

Content: 

  • “Fine People” HOAX…it was a HOAX, a HOAX!!!
  • Harvard protected themselves at Kyle Kashuv’s expense
  • People who move communications from private to public venues
  • New, better photos of Iranian guys removing unexploded mine
  • Jon Stewart event…FAKE NEWS per Mitch
  • Your EGO is your biggest enemy
  • The Rock’s advise…”be your authentic self”…is really BAD advise
  • NYT says we’re escalating our cyber attacks on Russia
    • President Trump says that report is “treasonous”
  • America has abdicated leadership of energy development to China

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Episode 569 Scott Adams: Why This Video Will Be Demonetized On YouTube

Content: 

  • The “Fine People” HOAX

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Elon Musk Confirms At #E32019 You Will Be Able To Play Games & Watch YouTube In Your Tesla

Elon Musk Confirms 'Fallout Shelter' & More Apps Coming To Tesla Cars

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Tesla Cars can already do a bevy of things regular vehicles cannot, speaking with Bethesda Games, Todd Howard at E3, Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk confirmed the Tesla owners will be able to play games, watch YouTube and use more apps in their electric cars on the ample built-in touchpad screen.

Musk revealed that drivers will be able to play Fallout Shelter, Bethesda’s free mobile game based on the popular Fallout franchise that was released in back in 2015. The game will be joining the list of already confirmed titles which includes the insanely challenging platformer Cuphead, Atari Classics such as Missile CommandAsteroidsLunar Lander, and Centipede which all arrived in the vehicle last August.

Not a gamer, no problem, Musk also confirmed that the popular video streaming app YouTube will also be coming to his Tesla vehicles as well. He flexed creative muscle, even more, when he revealed that drivers will be able to play a game called Buggy Racing 2 by using the car’s steering wheel, accelerator, and brake showing off the fantastic capability in a clip.

Other things Musk spoke on during the panel included his next big launch and even a weird”hits blunt” moment where he suggested that human existence could be someone’s video game and we are all the characters in the game.

Word?

No word on when the updates will arrive in the Tesla cars but when they do we will definitely update you on it. You can watch the entire panel featuring Musk below.

Photo: Charley Gallay / Getty

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Alice Little Reports YouTube Success, Seeks Sponsors

Luxury companion and legal sex work and sex education advocate Alice Little has reported reaching more than 106,000 views on her YouTube channel in 30 days.

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WIRED25: CEO Susan Wojcicki On Making YouTube A Better Place

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki spoke with WIRED’s Peter Rubin as part of WIRED25, WIRED’s 25th anniversary celebration in San Francisco.
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50 Cent Blames Machine Gun Kelly For Eminem’s Insurmountable YouTube Milestone

Team Slim Shady.


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Tech Support – Liza Koshy, Markiplier, Rhett & Link, and Hannah Hart Answer YouTube Creator Questions From Twitter

Liza Koshy, Markiplier, Rhett & Link, and Hannah Hart use the power of Twitter to answer some common questions about YouTube content creation.

Hannah Hart is the host of hit podcast “Hannahlyze This,” the self-help podcast that just can’t help itself. The podcast tackles candid conversations about mental health, as well as lighthearted takes on new self-help “fads” like rage rooms and suspension chambers.
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Another One: YouTube Annouces New Music Streaming Service

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Not a fan of Tidal, Spotify or Apple Music? YouTube might have the music streaming service for you. 

YouTube usually the go-to destination for your music video needs announced this week that it will be joining the music streaming wars with YouTube Music. The company calls its latest venture a “new music streaming service made for music with the magic of YouTube” that promises to make searching for music more straightforward and more personalized than ever.

Along with the launch of YouTube Music will be a reimagined mobile app and a brand new desktop player specially designed for music. In addition to their already massive library of music videos, YouTube Music will offer it’s users official versions of millions of songs, thousands of playlists, artist radio and more.

YouTube Music looks to one-up the competition by having remixes, live performances, and covers of songs that can only be found on its service. Another feature the service will offer is a unique search method that allows users to find songs they don’t know the title or by using a term like “that hipster song with whistling” or even the songs lyrics.

The service will also adapt to users in the really cool way. The home screen will adjust based on peoples whereabouts, listening history and what they are doing. If you happen to walk in a gym, YouTube Music will generate a playlist to help get you motivated, or if you happen to be at an airport, the service will make a playlist to help you relax.

Pretty genius, BUT we can foresee some people being uncomfortable with using the feature due to some insecurities with apps tracking you.

Now the big question? How much will the service cost? There is currently an ad-supported version of YouTube Music users can enjoy for free. If you want to go ad-free, there is a YouTube Music Premium subscription available for just $ 9.99 a month. If you’re already a paid subscriber of Google Play Music, you will get a membership to YouTube Music as a part of your subscription.

As of Tuesday, the rollout of the Youtube Music experience has begun in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea. The service will be expanding broadly and in the coming weeks and will soon be available in Austria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. If you want to find out when YouTube Music will be available to you in your country, you can head here for more information.

So are you guys excited about YouTube Music? It sounds very appealing and worth the money. Let us know in the comment section below.

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Episode 12: YouTube shooter, Amazon.com, trade war, and overcoming social anxiety

Topics:

YouTube shooter

Trade war update

How the Post Office makes money and covers their losses without taxpayer funding

Lesson on overcoming social anxiety (this is the best part and comes in the final third of the podcast)

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Report: Shooting At YouTube Headquarters; Female Shooter Is Deceased, Three Wounded

Authorities responded to a shooting at YouTube Headquarters in San Bruno, California, on Tuesday afternoon. A female shooter is deceased at the scene and the number of victims is currently unknown,…


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Teri Hatcher’s Not Homeless or Broke, Just Shooting YouTube Series

[[tmz:video id=”0_tr0l91i9″]] Teri Hatcher’s setting the record straight — she’s NOT broke or homeless, and she says anyone claiming that just isn’t doing their homework. Teri joined Sam Rubin on the “KTLA 5 Morning News” all the way from London to…

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YouTube Sessions 2017 – Ember Trio

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YouTube Sessions 2017

Ember Trio

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 10.32

Release Date: November 24, 2017

© ℗ 2017 EMBER BBM

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WATCH: Chance The Rapper Concert Live on YouTube, Donate To Hurricane Relief

Chance The Rapper is live and in concert, right now. The Chicago MC is performing at the Hollywood Bowl and it’s live streaming on YouTube.

Actually, it kicks (kicked) off at 9:10pm ET. The goal is to raise funds for Hurricane Maria victims via Direct Relief.

You can make donations directly here -> https://www.directrelief.org/.

Watch the live stream below.

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YouTube Star PewDiePie Apologizes After Using Racial Slur Online

YouTube star Felix Kjellberg (SHEHL’-burg), who goes by the online name PewDiePie, says he regrets using the “n-word” during a video live stream, saying he was an “idiot”.


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Disney Parts Ways With YouTube Star Jake Paul

Disney has parted ways with a YouTube star days after a local television news report that revealed some of his Los Angeles neighbors were fed up with his stunts.


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Stevie Ryan, YouTube & VH1 Star, Dies At 33

Stevie Ryan, an actress and comedian who gained fame with impersonations of celebrities on YouTube, has died. She was 33.


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Gigi Gorgeous: Her Rise To Fame (Self-Made YouTube Stars Series)

YouTube sensation Gigi Gorgeous has been a fierce advocate for LGBTQ youth. She has been very candid about being a transgender woman on her YouTube channel that attracts over 2.5 million subscribers in her documentary, “This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous.” Access Hollywood’s Alex Hudgens spoke with Gigi for our continuing series – “Self-Made YouTube Stars.”


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Background Music for Youtube Videos

Genre: Instrumental

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: November 2, 2010

© ℗ 2010 Tristan True Giallani

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Watch James Corden’s Behemoth Ode To YouTube Music Video: It’s packed full of hilarious YouTube references and celebrities.

Watch James Corden’s Behemoth Ode To YouTube Music Video: It’s packed full of hilarious YouTube references and celebrities.It's a viral spectacular!



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YouTube Star Claire Marshall Shares Her Best Beauty Tips and Products While Shopping

It’s easy to see why people like makeup artist and YouTube Star Claire Marshall. Yes, she posts makeup tutorials on her channel, but she also shares many of her personal experiences (including a recent, and…


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Fox Sports to Stream First Game of German Soccer League on YouTube


Kicking off its ambitious, global roll-out of the Bundesliga, Fox is letting people watch Friday’s opening match for free online.

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Sports News in Brief: Every Comment On ‘Immaculate Reception’ YouTube Video Clearly From Franco Harris

PITTSBURGH—Noting that the dozens of rambling, overly excited posts date all the way back to when the clip was first uploaded in early 2011, sources confirmed Thursday that every comment below a YouTube video of the famed 1972 “Immaculate Reception” football play was clearly written by Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Fame running back Franco Harris. “Hands down THE best play in NFL history,” read a post left at 3:45 a.m. by YouTube user FHarris32, whose avatar appears to be a recent photo of Harris wearing his four Super Bowl rings on both hands. “This is what started the Steel Curtain dynasty and helped create one of the greatest teams of all-time. I still can’t believe I caught the ball like that after it was knocked down. Go Steelers!!!!” At press time, a long, largely incoherent rant disputing the “bullshit catch” had been posted by a YouTube …



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Meet Ingrid Nilsen: Becoming a YouTube Sensation and Supporting Women Across the Globe

Ingrid Nilsen’s popularity reaches into the millions. She’s a top YouTuber — one of an elite cadre of young video stars whose focus on makeup, fashion, and lifestyle attract a vast audience of girls and young women.

In an interview with HuffPost, Ingrid displayed her belief that beauty is much more than skin deep.

Michael: You’re essentially a very private person who has found herself thrust into about as public an arena as there could be.

Ingrid: That’s exactly right. It is interesting to be in this space, because I know other YouTubers as well who are definitely even more private than I am. We’ve found ourselves in this space where our jobs are very much in the public eye, so it’s a bit of a challenge to find that balance, but I think everybody eventually figures out what works for them.

Michael: So you get to dictate where the line is.

Ingrid: It is nice to have that option where I can kind of carve my own path. And it’s not like I’m walking outside of my house and people are waiting outside for me, because that would be absolutely terrifying. I wouldn’t be comfortable with that level of attention. I love the relationship I have with my viewers because they’re always kind and respectful.

Michael: You’ve gone from doing videos that are strictly fashion and makeup to more introspective pieces. Tell me about that transition.

Ingrid: Another YouTuber creator said it best: “Your viewers are both your peers and your boss.” So it’s an interesting relationship to have, and you want people to like what you create. But you also need to do what’s meaningful for you, and I just really had to sit down and think, what is meaningful to me right now? What is going to bring me fulfillment? And I just kind of crossed my fingers and hoped that people would like it, but if it wasn’t getting billions of views, but there were a handful of people that really connected with it, that’s all I really wanted. And that’s all I’ve ever wanted.

Michael: What prompted the shift?

Ingrid: Last year was my biggest transitional phase, because I was 25, and like most people smack-dab in the middle of their 20s, I was figuring out who I am, and re-examining what I’m doing. It really took a lot of thought. I wanted to create things that were meaningful and a true reflection of where I am in my life. I wanted that to come across in video, but I wasn’t sure how to do that.

And it just took time to get inspiration and to figure it all out mentally, and to figure myself out also. And there definitely is that pressure of “I have to keep up with the pack! Everything is moving so quickly, and I need to keep up so I don’t fall behind!” But I think that it was more important to me to follow the transitional phase, as confusing as it was for me, and create something really awesome out of it, and turning it into something that I could look back on and be proud of.

Michael: Sounds like the beginning of a trend.

Ingrid: We will see a lot more of that as creators on Youtube continue to grow up, because there are still people in their teens and going from that transition to being in your 20s, and people in their 20s growing up. You’re 20s just in general are weird, because you’re no longer a kid, but you kind of feel like…am I really an adult? Is this really what adult life is like? So it’s an interesting time and I’m definitely still figuring it all out, one step at a time. But it’s been a cool journey for sure.

Michael: A soul-searching kind of journey.

Ingrid: Soul-searching is the perfect way to describe it all. My friends around my age are going through the same thing and no one really knows how to vocalize it. It’s like this internal struggle that everybody is going through.

Michael: What were the biggest takeaways from the introspective time?

Ingrid: The #1 thing is stop worrying about what everybody else is going to think. In addition, I’ve realized that my lifestyle has changed over time naturally, as it does especially as you get older. And I’ve really started to embrace a “less is more” philosophy. Living with less in turn allows me more space to do the things that are really meaningful to me. And when I’m not worried about all the material stuff, I can focus on the things that either bring me joy or serve a purpose or a combination of both. It’s been something so helpful for me, and it’s really helped clear my mind.

Michael: How has this been reflected in your videos?

Ingrid: I’ve been changing around the format of my videos so there’s more of a storytelling element, where I’m sharing personal experiences and personal stories, and integrating that into my videos, with really great shooting and almost like a film quality to them. That was something I wasn’t sure how people were going to react to. When I started producing stuff that wasn’t just a 100 percent beauty video, and talking about things in a different way, it has been absolutely incredible to see the response. I have just never been so moved by my viewers ever…ever in all the five years I’ve been doing this, and it just made me want to give all of them a hug, because I felt like we were all on the same page. It’s just the most amazing feeling.

Michael: You felt a need to go deeper and it actually corresponded with your audience’s unspoken desire, to go deeper in their own lives.

Ingrid: That is totally true, because from the beginning I’ve always said that I believe that beauty is more than skin deep, and my channel has just been a way for me to really experiment with that and translate that message into video form.

Michael: Where do you see yourself going from here?

Ingrid: My overall goal with all of this is to create a community where I can support women with incredible talents. Whether it’s undiscovered writers, or lesser known artists, and creating a community where that is possible and those women can be supported and their work can be shared. That’s what I’m about. And I would love to have a brand with physical objects that reflect all of that. So it’s all kind of a little bit vague right now, but essentially I want to create a really amazing community of women that have something awesome to share with the world, and I want
to help them share that.

Michael: Beauty and makeup brought you to a position of prominence and created awareness about you, and as a result of having that platform, you’re now in the position where you can speak to broader, deeper issues that affect women you age.

Ingrid: Yes, definitely. And there are still plenty of times where I can make a video and talk about beauty products and just be a girl, and sit down and talk like I’m talking to my girlfriends. So it’s just a really great balance to have, because I can dive deep and I can also talk about a pair of shoes that I’ve really loved wearing for the past month. And I feel like that is the dream combination.
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Action Bronson Reads Youtube Comments From His Show “F*ck, That’s Delicious”

When Bronson isn’t in the studio, he’s in front of several camera for his online cooking show Fuck, That’s Delicious. Although the Queens has garnered popularity through this innovative series, even he cannot get away from the harsh environment that is the YouTube comment section. Recently, Bronson released a new video of him responding to several comments. Check out the video below.


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YouTube Star “Homeless Joe”: Is He Finally Sober? (VIDEO)

“Homeless Joe” gained fame living on the streets of New York City and sleeping with women so he could have a roof over his head. When the 26-year-old appeared on Dr. Phil, he admitted he drank up to 30 drinks a day but said he was content with his lifestyle. Seeing through his façade, Dr. Phil offered to send him to rehab, which Joe happily accepted. But just nine days into treatment, Joe fled. The Dr. Phil show eventually tracked down Joe at the front desk of an Austin, Texas hotel, barefoot and drunk.

Watch the video above for an update on his life now. Check out more from this show, including Joe’s reunion with someone he hasn’t seen since he left treatment.

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YouTube debuts videos for second music awards

YouTube debuts videos for second music awardsYouTube on Monday premiered videos from 14 musicians as it tried a new, virtual-only format for the second edition of its music awards. The giant video-sharing site had searched for a new approach after a mixed reaction to its inaugural event in 2013, which featured a livestreamed show from New York that appeared aimed at creating a new-media rival to the MTV Video Music Awards. For the second try, YouTube dispensed with the physical world entirely and announced the winners ahead of time and instead used Monday's "awards" day to premiere new videos. They included "El Perdon," a collaboration between Spanish superstar Enrique Iglesias and reggaeton artist Nicky Jam, as well as a song featuring English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran and the electronica-influenced band Rudimental.



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YouTube debuts videos for second music awards

YouTube on Monday premiered videos from 14 musicians as it tried a new, virtual-only format for the second edition of its music awardsYouTube on Monday premiered videos from 14 musicians as it tried a new, virtual-only format for the second edition of its music awards. The giant video-sharing site had searched for a new approach after a mixed reaction to its inaugural event in 2013, which featured a livestreamed show from New York that appeared aimed at creating a new-media rival to the MTV Video Music Awards. For the second try, YouTube dispensed with the physical world entirely and announced the winners ahead of time and instead used Monday's "awards" day to premiere new videos. They included "El Perdon," a collaboration between Spanish superstar Enrique Iglesias and reggaeton artist Nicky Jam, as well as a song featuring English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran and the electronica-influenced band Rudimental.



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YouTube names its 2015 Music Award Winners

Beyoncé, Big Sean, Drake and Ed Sheeran feature among the 50 artists who will be picking up an award from the Google-owned video sharing platform at a special online-only event scheduled for March 23. YouTube has not explained exactly how the artists were judged for winning their awards, other than to say that they "showed the biggest growth in view, subscribers and engagement over the last six months on YouTube." Collectively, the artists, who …
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YouTube names its 2015 Music Award Winners

Beyoncé, Big Sean, Drake and Ed Sheeran feature among the 50 artists who will be picking up an award from the Google-owned video sharing platform at a special online-only event scheduled for March 23. YouTube has not explained exactly how the artists were judged for winning their awards, other than to say that they "showed the biggest growth in view, subscribers and engagement over the last six months on YouTube." Collectively, the artists, who …
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YouTube Networks Sue Music Service For “Copyright Trolling”

Machinima and Collective Digital Studio claim Freeplay charged video producers for music advertised as free.
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‘The Interview’ Will Stream on YouTube, Google Play, Xbox

One day after planning a limited theatrical release for the controversial Seth Rogen comedy The Interview, Sony Pictures Entertainment has announced plans to stream the movie on YouTube Movies, Google Play, Microsoft’s Xbox Video and the studio’s own dedicated website. The film – which stars Rogen and James Franco as bumbling journalists hired……
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Dance music label sues YouTube star over copyright

By Andrew Chung NEW YORK (Reuters) – Michelle Phan has garnered millions of adoring Internet fans for teaching them how to look like Lady Gaga, Angelina Jolie or even Barbie, but a popular dance music record label is not one of them. Ultra Records LLC and Ultra International Music Publishing LLC are suing Phan for copyright infringement, alleging she used songs and compilations from some of the world’s biggest dance music DJs and groups in her creative videos without a license.
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Independent music labels want EU to intervene in YouTube row

Visitors stand in front of a logo of YouTube at the YouTube Space Tokyo, operated by Google, in TokyoMusic trade association Impala has asked European Union antitrust regulators to intervene in a row with Google Inc's YouTube over its paid streaming music service, saying some conditions demanded by the company were anti-competitive. YouTube, the world's most popular online video website, last week unveiled plans for the new service, which it said would provide new revenue for the music industry. Echoing protests from the Worldwide Independent Music Industry Network, Brussels-based Impala said that YouTube's conduct was anti-competitive.



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YouTube to launch paid music service

A picture illustration shows YouTube on a cell phone, in front of a YouTube copyright message regarding a video on an LCD screen, in central Bosnian town of ZenicaBy Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc's YouTube said on Tuesday that it plans to launch a paid streaming music service, amid criticism that its existing, free video website might block the music videos of labels that do not agree to its terms. YouTube has partnered with "hundreds of major and independent" music labels for the new service, the company said in a statement, confirming long-running rumors that the world's most popular online video website will offer a paid music service. The news comes as some music trade groups have criticized YouTube's plans to potentially block the content of certain labels from appearing on YouTube's free, ad-supported Website unless they sign deals to participate in the new, subscription streaming music service.



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YouTube to launch music service amid indie dispute

YouTube acknowledges new music service as it prepares to block some indie artists
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Lady Gaga, Eminem to headline first YouTube Music Awards

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Pop singer Lady Gaga and rapper Eminem will be headline performers at the first YouTube Music Awards, the Google Inc-owned online video steaming site said on Tuesday. The November 3 award show in New York, which will be live-streamed, honors the top songs and artists that were viewed on the website in the past year. Nominees will be announced later this month and voting by the public will determine winners, YouTube said. Canadian rock band Arcade Fire will also perform at the awards show. …
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Ryan Seacrest puts major money behind YouTube concert series

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Lady Gaga, Eminem to headline first YouTube Music Awards

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Pop singer Lady Gaga and rapper Eminem will be headline performers at the first YouTube Music Awards, the Google Inc-owned online video steaming site said on Tuesday. The November 3 award show in New York, which will be live-streamed, honors the top songs and artists that were viewed on the website in the past year. Nominees will be announced later this month and voting by the public will determine winners, YouTube said. Canadian rock band Arcade Fire will also perform at the awards show. …
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