The social media site adds 400 videos a minute and that’s the source of YouTube’s PR problem. It hasn’t adequately reviewed all of them and has “come under fire for posting videos aimed at children with violent and sexual themes”, according to USA Today. As a result, YouTube will increase its number of reviewers by 25% to 10,000 in 2018. Until now, YouTube has relied heavily on machine-learning, but the algorithms it is using haven’t caught all the improper content. You can read more about YouTube’s PR problem here.
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YouTube’s PR Problem
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This entry was written by Dean Goldman, posted on December 5, 2017 at 12:44 pm, filed under PR Problem, YouTube and tagged children sexual themes, Content, PR, PR Problem, sexual themes, USA Today, YouTube.