Humans will review video from most popular YouTube creators

While the celebrity YouTuber remains able to monetize clips, vloggers supporting marginalized groups lament yet another barrier to successYouTube changed Erin Armstrong’s life. The transgender vlogger joined in 2006, posting videos about her transition and connecting with trans people across the globe, building a community that once seemed unimaginable to her.But last year, the Google-owned video platform started flagging some of her videos as unsuitable to advertisers, costing her much-needed revenue – and this week, the site emailed her even more hurtful news: her channel is now considered too small to be eligible for ads, and under new rules, she will be kicked out of YouTube’s partner program altogether. Continue reading...

Humans will review video from most popular YouTube creators

Google says humans will now review video from its most popular YouTube creators after recent complaints.

Wed 17 Jan 18 from

Humans will review video from most popular YouTube creators, Wed 17 Jan 18 from AP

YouTube announces major changes to how it works in wake of Logan Paul 'suicide forest' video

Site has been criticised for the videos it allows people to watch, as well as putting ads from high-profile companies next to them

Wed 17 Jan 18 from The Independent

YouTube toughens rules regarding which videos get ads

YouTube on Tuesday announced ramped-up rules regarding when it will run ads with videos as it scrambled to quell concerns by brands about being paired with troublesome content.

Wed 17 Jan 18 from

Logan Paul forced YouTube to admit humans are better than algorithms

YouTube is no stranger to controversy. Many of its top stars have been in hot water recently: From PewDiePie making racists remarks, to a "family" channel with abusive kid ...

Fri 19 Jan 18 from Engadget

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Wed 17 Jan 18 from Daily Mail

YouTube raises activity requirements for partner program monetization

Small and growing YouTubers are going have to overcome a new threshold in order to remain a part of the YouTube Partner Program. As a means to protect advertisers and content creators, Google ...

Wed 17 Jan 18 from Techspot

Youtube raises subscriber, view threshold for Partner Program monetization

Making it harder for new channels to make money off of ads placed by YPP.

Wed 17 Jan 18 from Arstechnica

YouTube again revises rules to protect advertisers from offensive content

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google is making its second attempt in less than a year to protect advertisers on its YouTube user channels from being associated with videos featuring ...

Tue 16 Jan 18 from Reuters Technology


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