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  • #ProudToLove and proud to celebrate marriage equality

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    John G. Doe
    26 Jun 2015 | 7:49 am
    Over the last 10 years, everyone from moms to presidents have uploaded videos in support of LGBT awareness, to stand up against bullying and discrimination, and to say together, as a community, that marriage equality matters.That’s why we are so excited by the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today guaranteeing same-sex couples nationwide the right to marry. In recognition of Pride Month, and of this historic decision, we want to celebrate the many individuals and communities that have helped inspire change: YouTube has given creators like Tyler Oakley and Jazz Jennings, to entertainers like…
  • YouTube Announces Dedicated Gaming Platform – Gaming.Youtube.Com

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    Tom Martin
    17 Jun 2015 | 11:04 pm
    In the last 12 months YouTube’s competitors (or wannabe competitors) have been announcing and launching features almost weekly, that aim to knock YouTube off of it’s throne as king of short form video. Vessel launched it’s new platform back in March to much fanfare, Facebook has totally side-lined YouTube video on it’s platform in order […]
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  • #ProudToLove and proud to celebrate marriage equality

    John G. Doe
    26 Jun 2015 | 7:49 am
    Over the last 10 years, everyone from moms to presidents have uploaded videos in support of LGBT awareness, to stand up against bullying and discrimination, and to say together, as a community, that marriage equality matters.That’s why we are so excited by the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today guaranteeing same-sex couples nationwide the right to marry. In recognition of Pride Month, and of this historic decision, we want to celebrate the many individuals and communities that have helped inspire change: YouTube has given creators like Tyler Oakley and Jazz Jennings, to entertainers like…
  • Eyewitness video on YouTube: your window to the world

    John G. Doe
    18 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    In the last ten years, we’ve witnessed many of the biggest and most important news stories unfold on YouTube. From the Green Revolution, Arab Spring and protests in Ferguson, to the Charlie Hebdo attacks and earthquake in Nepal, user-generated video has provided a unique and visceral perspective on what’s happening in the world around us. It’s almost impossible to turn on the news during a breaking event without seeing raw video uploaded by a YouTube user somewhere across the globe.  Today, more than 5 million hours of news video is watched on YouTube every day, and the role of the…
  • A YouTube built for gamers

    John G. Doe
    12 Jun 2015 | 12:00 pm
    As a kid, I spent hours on the living room couch playing video games with friends, taking turns trying to beat Ganon in "Ocarina of Time" and trading Pokémon until I had all 151. Soon controller passing and Game Boy link cables gave way to network multiplayer and PC LAN parties. Eventually, my living room became a virtual one, with a network of gamers sharing experiences and discoveries.  Today, the gaming world is much more diverse than the one I grew up with, and the community has created new formats that have made gaming more collaborative and interactive. On YouTube, gaming has…
  • Get your game on with YouTube during E3

    John G. Doe
    2 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    We’re now only two weeks away from the start of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, and you can get a front-row seat to the action with YouTube! We're inviting your favorite YouTube creators to show us what's cool and coming up next in the world of gaming, so you can experience every jaw-dropping demo and announcement LIVE.We are building out a dedicated E3 YouTube hub where you will be able to follow all the live streams and trailers from the event, starting on Sunday, June 14, with the Nintendo World Championships, followed by the Bethesda press conference and the…
  • YouTube A to Z #HappyBirthdayYouTube

    John G. Doe
    28 May 2015 | 9:55 am
    Every adventure starts somewhere, and YouTube’s began on Saturday, April 23, 2005, when "Me at the Zoo" became the first video uploaded to a new site no one had ever heard of. Captured at California's San Diego Zoo, the clip is a 19-second description of what exactly makes elephants so cool. Its brief runtime and casual setup suggest little of the online video craziness that would follow over the subsequent decade.“Me at the Zoo” proved to be a simple distillation of the premise of a new platform, where anyone could just turn on a camera and broadcast themselves with ease. Who could…
 
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  • YouTube Announces Dedicated Gaming Platform – Gaming.Youtube.Com

    Tom Martin
    17 Jun 2015 | 11:04 pm
    In the last 12 months YouTube’s competitors (or wannabe competitors) have been announcing and launching features almost weekly, that aim to knock YouTube off of it’s throne as king of short form video. Vessel launched it’s new platform back in March to much fanfare, Facebook has totally side-lined YouTube video on it’s platform in order […]
  • How To Make A YouTube Playlist

    Tom Martin
    7 Jun 2015 | 1:00 pm
    This is part 14 of my How To Start A YouTube Channel Series​We now have our channel spic and span both in terms of optimized settings and optimized for the viewing public. This means two things. Firstly that you're inviting YouTube to promote you due to what you've told it with the settings. Secondly, now […]
  • How To Upload A Video To YouTube

    Tom Martin
    23 Apr 2015 | 1:44 pm
    This is part 13 of my How To Start A YouTube Channel Series. So, you’re ready to upload your first video to YouTube? The process for upload is pretty simple, in fact it’s designed so that anyone and their grandma can upload with just a few clicks but once up on the platform there are […]
  • Associate Your Website To Your YouTube Channel & Link To It From Videos

    Tom Martin
    15 Apr 2015 | 5:33 am
    This is part 12 of my How To Start A YouTube Channel Series. Verified YouTube channels have the option to use external link annotations on their videos which can be great for generating revenue through ITunes, ticket websites or other merchandise outlets but there is a limited list of options. For those of you who […]
  • Get Paid on YouTube With a Google Adsense Account

    Tom Martin
    2 Apr 2015 | 2:42 pm
    This is part 11 of my How To Start A YouTube Channel Series. In my last article we talked about enabling monetization on YouTube by joining the YouTube Partner Program. In plain English we learned how to switch on ads on your videos and finally start to make some of those sweet advertising dollars. But […]
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