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Everything Thats Wrong With Youtube (Part1/2) - Copyright, Reactions and Fanboyism
Everything Thats Wrong With Youtube (Part2/2) - The Community Guidelines - youtu.be/sF2tCY281Rk //&! Prank Channels = AIDS - youtu.be/uq2rF0e-wCQ //&! Why I Hate Prank Channels - youtu.be/95flK-IZDYg //&! 4 Huge Youtube Channels ANYONE Could Have Made - youtu.be/jdyiZSPYm9s
YouTube  creative  destruction  fair  use  DMCA  Content  ID  copyright  laws  Platform  TOS 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
Keep YouTube Weird: How YouTube lost its soul — and may lose the creators that built it | PandoDaily
[ Another lesson not to build your business (model/revenue) on other peoples platforms and silos. It's ok for content distribution and discovery. But nothing else. You will worry every day what the owner will do next to increase shareholder value and market position. Entrepreneurs/Businesses need to mitigate risk (<< Objective No. 2 at least), this includes not to rely on other peoples Platform/TOS/backs. As if FB and Twitter wasn't a lesson.] The terms of the new agreement, while logical from YouTube’s perspective, place huge restrictions on where and how a musician can host their music on both YouTube and other platforms. And the bullying hasn’t stopped. Keating wrote that, if she refused to sign the new YouTube music services agreement, her channel, which has over a half a million views and close to 5,000 followers, would be blocked from the monetization portions of the platform. [... Conclusion ...] Think of [YouTube] as that promotional tool but nothing else. &! bit.ly/1D8wTMI
TOS  Platform  YouTube  Google  content  creator  Artist  digital  360-music-contract  Music  Industry  silo  ID 
january 2015 by asterisk2a
Disney Ponders the Biggest Big Media YouTube Bet Yet: Buying Maker Studios | Re/code
But that enthusiasm for YouTube investments has been tempered in the last year, as big players on Google’s video site have complained that they don’t make enough money there — either because YouTube’s ads aren’t lucrative enough, or because YouTube takes a big chunk of those dollars via revenue sharing deals, or both. Many big YouTube networks, such as Maker, are trying to find ways to make money outside of YouTube by distributing their videos to other hubs, including Microsoft’s Xbox, as well as building their own properties. And they are also trying to strike “integration” deals that don’t require them to share revenue with YouTube; Maker has recently signed what it says is a significant integration deal with Pepsi.
YouTube  Network  Machinima  StyleHaul  MCN  Maker  Studios  Google  FullScreen  AwesomenessTV  Platform  TOS  content  distribution  digital  content  content  creator  ID 
march 2014 by asterisk2a

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