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Record Labels Sensibly Decide to Wind Down Pointless Vevo Service Record Labels Sensibly Decide to Wind Down Pointless Vevo Service

Vevo, the major label-owned music video service, is pulling back from the spotlight. On Thursday, the company announced that it will be shutting down its website and mobile apps over the next few weeks.

YouTube Is Messing With the Order of Videos in Some User Feeds YouTube Is Messing With the Order of Videos in Some User Feeds

YouTube is making even more changes to the way you watch videos, just in case you thought the video platform was done complicating its service after introducing YouTube Music. As noticed by MacRumors, YouTube is now testing non-chronological subscription feeds, a feature pretty much no one asked for, and one that is…

'Stop This BLATANT CENSORSHIP': The Poor, Confused Souls Sending Their YouTube Complaints to the FCC 'Stop This BLATANT CENSORSHIP': The Poor, Confused Souls Sending Their YouTube Complaints to the FCC

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which oversees telecommunications like radio, TV, and the internet in the U.S., doesn’t regulate content on online platforms like YouTube. But that hasn’t stopped people from sending complaints about the video site to the federal agency—and they’re every bit as unhinged as…

How YouTube Music Stacks Up Against Spotify and Apple Music How YouTube Music Stacks Up Against Spotify and Apple Music

There’s a new challenger in the music streaming space. On Thursday, Google announced YouTube Music, its latest attempt to get music fans to pay for unlimited streaming. The new service launches on May 22, but how will it compare to Spotify, Apple Music, and other streaming services, like SoundCloud and Tidal? Here’s…

Is YouTube Music Already Doomed? Is YouTube Music Already Doomed?

Google isn’t giving up on its quest to get you to pay it for music. That’s the main takeaway from Thursday’s announcement of YouTube Music, a re-imagining of how music-listening works on YouTube. The new streaming service will come in two flavors: a free tier called YouTube Music and a $10-per-month tier dubbed…

YouTube Music Is Here for Your Apple Music Dollars YouTube Music Is Here for Your Apple Music Dollars

YouTube Music, a streaming music platform designed to compete with the likes of Spotify and Apple Music, officially has a launch date: May 22nd. Its existence will also shift around YouTube and Google’s overall media strategy, which has thus far been quite the mess.

YouTube Might Finally Get an Incognito Mode to Hide Your Weird Searches YouTube Might Finally Get an Incognito Mode to Hide Your Weird Searches

Right now the best way to watch YouTube on your phone without being tracked by its ever-knowing recommendation algorithm is to either completely log out or pause your viewing history. But on Tuesday morning, Android Police reported that Google is experimenting with an Incognito mode inside the YouTube for Android app.

The Blood Ritual That Lives on YouTube The Blood Ritual That Lives on YouTube

Phoebe Rosa Castillo did her first Blood Over Intent ritual in August 2017. Draped in white fabric, the altar in her North Hollywood, Los Angeles apartment featured crystals facing North, a crucible pointing East, a candle to the South, and an arrangement of seashells marking West. Castillo, 27, spent about a month…

This YouTuber Made Ryan Reynolds Play the Deadpool Video Game This YouTuber Made Ryan Reynolds Play the Deadpool Video Game

He’s played Deadpool, but can he play Deadpool?

YouTube Feigns Interest In Your Digital Wellbeing With 'Take a Break' Notifications YouTube Feigns Interest In Your Digital Wellbeing With 'Take a Break' Notifications

Google is well aware that YouTube is the internet’s biggest time suck, sending users down endless rabbit holes of related videos. Now, as part of the company’s apparent newfound interest in digital wellbeing, it’s introducing a feature that will encourage people to step away from the endless stream of videos—but only…

YouTubers Are Mad Again After YouTube Deletes Videos With Paid Promos for Academic Cheating YouTubers Are Mad Again After YouTube Deletes Videos With Paid Promos for Academic Cheating

YouTube has removed “hundreds” of videos advertising an essay-writing service, EduBirdie, following a BBC investigation that concluded over 250 channels were promoting the Ukraine-based company.

Facebook, Twitter, and Google Would Like to Be the Gatekeepers of Democracy Without the Responsibility Facebook, Twitter, and Google Would Like to Be the Gatekeepers of Democracy Without the Responsibility

Top brass from Facebook, Twitter, and Google stopped by Stanford Law School Thursday to participate in a conversation about the challenges social media companies face in regulating free speech and protecting democracies. The panel showed the companies are much better at identifying problems than actually solving them.

The Creators and Stars of Cobra Kai Discuss Being Respectful to the World of The Karate Kid The Creators and Stars of Cobra Kai Discuss Being Respectful to the World of The Karate Kid

On paper, the idea of Cobra Kai sounds ridiculous: A YouTube Red series set decades after the original Karate Kid movies, starring an adult Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence. It’s an idea that, if handled poorly, could have disastrous ramifications on a franchise many people hold near and dear to their hearts.…

Harry Potter Alumni Will Journey to Outer Space in YouTube Red Series Origin Harry Potter Alumni Will Journey to Outer Space in YouTube Red Series Origin

Harry Potter veterans Natalia Tena and Tom Felton are trading their wands for phasers, as they’re set to star in YouTube Red’s scifi thriller Origin, with Paul W.S. Anderson (the Resident Evil series) directing the first couple of episodes.

YouTube Basically Admits Algorithms Aren't Such Good Babysitters After All YouTube Basically Admits Algorithms Aren't Such Good Babysitters After All

In its latest attempt to please anxious parents, YouTube is finally offering an option to (slightly) favor human moderators over algorithms in its app for kids. The YouTube Kids app now lets parents limit the selection of channels kids can watch to those that are human-curated. Along with some other changes, this…

Watch This In-Depth Take on Everything Wrong With The Hobbit Movies Watch This In-Depth Take on Everything Wrong With The Hobbit Movies

When Warner Bros. embarked on its journey to turn The Hobbit into a big-screen spectacle like its cousin (er, sequel, I suppose) The Lord of the Rings, there was a lot of enthusiasm in the fandom for the idea. That enthusiasm then turned into frustration, despair, and disinterest as Warner Bros. stretched out the book…

Prosecutors Seek Two Years for YouTuber Who Gave Oreos Filled With Toothpaste to Homeless Man Prosecutors Seek Two Years for YouTuber Who Gave Oreos Filled With Toothpaste to Homeless Man

Moronic YouTube personalities commonly have a problem discerning what goes into a funny prank. For Barcelona-based YouTuber ReSet, his lack of a sense of humor could cost him two years in prison. Spanish prosecutors reportedly intend to throw the book at him for giving a homeless man Oreos filled with toothpaste.

Police Track YouTube Shooting Copycat Threat to 'Juvenile Suspect' in Pennsylvania Police Track YouTube Shooting Copycat Threat to 'Juvenile Suspect' in Pennsylvania

San Bruno, California police responded to a threat of a copycat shooting on YouTube’s headquarters the day after a woman named Nasim Aghdam opened fire there on April 3rd, 2018, shooting and injuring three employees before killing herself.

$2 Million Allegedly Stolen From Cryptocurrency Vlogger in the Middle of His Livestream [UPDATED] $2 Million Allegedly Stolen From Cryptocurrency Vlogger in the Middle of His Livestream [UPDATED]

Ian Balina, a popular cryptocurrency evangelist, was in the midst of a standard livestream on his YouTube channel on Sunday night when a viewer asked, “Ian, did you know that somebody transferred all your tokens from your account?” With $2 million worth of cryptocurrency gone from his wallet, Balina claims he was…

Police Release Bodycam Footage of Encounter With Nasim Aghdam Hours Before YouTube Shooting

On April 3rd, a woman named Nasim Aghdam entered YouTube’s main campus in San Bruno, California through a parking garage and opened fire, wounding three employees of the video-sharing platform before fatally shooting herself in the chest. Just hours before, Aghdam had been stopped by police in Mountain View.

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