Tuesday, June 20
In recent months, social media platforms have been under under pressure to do more when it comes to hosting content that promotes violent extremism and terrorist propaganda. In an op-ed published today in the Financial Times, YouTube has outlined four new steps that it’s taking to confront extremist activity on its platform.
Monday, April 03
Business Chief Schindler says Google has flagged five times as many videos as too offensive for ads in recent weeks.
Monday, September 26
Google has just launched a new volunteer community it is calling YouTube Heroes, which aims to bridge the gap between YouTube’s automated video monitoring systems and getting a real person making decisions about what content is inappropriate.
Wednesday, September 14
YouTube’s success as a video platform is built on three things: unlicensed music videos, clips of cats doing funny things, and vloggers.
Friday, May 20
Labels are facing off with Google’s video service over revenues and rights, yet it’s also their biggest partner for streaming music
Tuesday, May 10
Amazon.com Inc. will let people post videos to its website and earn money from advertising, royalties and other sources, putting the company in more-direct competition with Google’s YouTube.
Tuesday, April 19
ASK PEOPLE TO DESCRIBE virtual reality and they’ll probably say something along the lines of It’s like you’re there, man. But even when you’re courtside at the NBA slam dunk contest, you’re “there” after the fact.
Thursday, October 22
YouTube finally unveiled its ad-free subscription video service on Tuesday: It's called 'YouTube Red.'
Monday, November 04
NEW YORK — Internet superstars stepped out from behind the computer screen and onto the stage at Pier 36 Sunday night to make history at the first YouTube Music Awards.