Tag Archives: YouTube

YouTube Is No. 1 Internet Platform Among U.S. Teens, While Facebook Usage Has Plummeted: Study

Google’s YouTube takes the crown as the most widely used internet platform by American teens today — while Facebook’s popularity in the demo has slumped dramatically in the last three years. That’s according to a new report on U.S. teenagers’ social-media use from the Pew Research Center, based on surveys conducted in the spring of 2018. Among the st… Variety

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YouTube Hackers Who Vandalized Drake, Taylor Swift Vevo Videos Arrested

In April, hackers targeted the Vevo-hosted YouTube accounts of multiple major artists, including Drake, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Luis Fonsi, and more. The hackers vandalized the pages with an image of masked people pointing guns. Additionally, they reportedly wrote “Free Palestine” under certain videos. Now, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. has announced that two French citizens have been arrested ...

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Cobra Kai Renewed For Season 2 At YouTube Red

Cobra Kai‘s success was evident from the start, as the premiere episode for The Karate Kid continuation stands at 20 million views, less than a week following the show’s premiere. That was helped along by it being free for everyone to watch, while view counts for the episodes locked behind the YouTube Red paywall aren’t available to be seen by ...

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A War Is Brewing Between Billboard and YouTube Over Music Charts

Following Billboard’s decision last week to tweak the methodology of its music charts in favor of paid streaming services, YouTube, a free streaming service, is ramping up its own music charts. On Thursday, the company debuted “Trending,” a chart that refreshes multiple times a day with real-time data on music that is rising on the platform. YouTube also announced… Rolling Stone Latest ...

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CupcakKe Music Videos Removed From YouTube for “Nudity/Sexual Content”

Earlier today, several of CupcakKe’s music videos were removed from YouTube, as the rapper herself noted on Twitter. The clips for “Deepthroat” and “Duck Duck Goose” were removed from the video platform with a message that read: “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s policy on nudity or sexual content.” Both videos are now back up on her channel. ...

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