The Atlantic looks at the trend countering perfection among YouTube stars in this profile of what it calls the platform’s “most important” personality of the moment.…
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According to Pew Research Center, YouTube is being used by more and more people to figure out how to do things they’ve never done before. You can count me as one of them. I’ve used YouTube videos to install …
By adding more channels, YouTube TV hopes to increase its monthly cost by five dollars a month, from $35 to $40. Cutting the cord price hikes are sounding more like cable price hikes…add channels and up the price. The question …
With the growth of skinny bundles on cable and expanding YouTube and Internet channels, all forms of content will likely explode for consumers. Cable and streaming channels will need to find compelling 24/7 programming. Right now, there isn’t enough out …
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”, …
Here is an interesting story from Wired about the lab YouTube has for analyzing how people watch television. Like advertising, everyone thinks they are an expert at watching television. We’ve all spent a good deal of our lives in front …
Television viewing is dropping like a rock off a cliff, so all manner of media companies are developing their own subscription services. CBS just launched its with the premiere of “Star Trek: Discovery”. YouTube, with a billion hours of viewing …
This is a random YouTube video that has nothing to do with public relations. It’s Friday just before summer begins and we thought starting a fire with only a bag of water is quite an impressive feat, so that’s how …
According to Computerworld, if you want to make money from your YouTube videos, there’s now a lifetime threshold of 10,000 views before that process can begin. This is only one of the new YouTube rules, part of its Partner Program, …
Adweek has a great infographic on the content watched by different generations on YouTube and other video content platforms. Gen X watches “How-to videos” while Gen Z watches “Unboxing” and “Haul” videos. Gen Y is interested in product videos. There …