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I distinctly remember doing presentations years and years ago, and there was some stat at the time that there were a million ad-supported websites and I thought that was mind-blowing. Now fast-forward to 2017, and Google's display network alone has two million sites. It's a lot harder to maintain brand safety today than what it was because of the sheer number of sites coming into these exchanges every day.
They advertise disproportionately on social media, tout their mobile phone reach and have a heavy presence on YouTube. Suffice it to say they know more than we do about what kids want.
Google's going to be just fine and YouTube is enormously popular.
In cases where advertisers find their ads were served where they shouldn't have been, we plan to offer a new escalation path to make it easier for them to raise issues. In addition, we'll soon be able to resolve these cases in less than a few hours.
Between non-human traffic and fraud, fake news and hate speech, brands are more concerned than ever.
Video is actually a lot more fragile of an ecosystem than the Silicon Valley, software-eats-everything crowd may want to think. The point is all content isn't actually the same, all advertising isn't actually all the same. There is an element of taste. And when you ruin that, the whole thing does kind of start to fall apart.
YouTube has a decade-long head start, but obviously everyone wants a piece of the pie.
I've always been an internet kid. I'd watched makeup tutorials on YouTube for five years, and I started practicing on my friends.
We believe the combination of these new policies and controls will significantly strengthen our ability to help advertisers reach audiences at scale, while respecting their values. We'll be hiring significant numbers of people and developing new tools powered by our latest advancements in Artificial Intelligence and machine learning to increase our capacity to review questionable content for advertising.
I think we're out of the woods on traditional cord cutting. Because these newer bundles like YouTube TV and the soon-to-be launched Hulu will include ESPN. What I'm incrementally concerned about, actually, is advertising, because ratings on the shoulder programming, like SportsCenter, have really rolled over. So even though we took up the overall earnings estimate, our ESPN advertising estimate went lower.
I'm famous now - people around the world know me.
Thank you very much for giving me this. And I appreciate my fans, also my wife and my girlfriend... I mean my wife, sorry to say. I'm sorry, my wife.
I love her so much. She's given me two beautiful children.
I'm famous now - people around the world know me. My family knows that I call my daughter my girlfriend. That's what I was talking about. I don't have a girlfriend. She is fine. She knows what kind of man I am so I am not worried. Thank you very much for giving me this. And I appreciate my fans, also my wife and my girlfriend... I mean my wife, sorry to say. I'm sorry, my wife.
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We've got a comprehensive review under way – we have for some time – looking at how can we improve here and we are accelerating that review.
Firstly on policies, this is about what content within YouTube do we deem to be safe for advertisers, and we're going to raise the bar on that. That would include things like looking at our definition of hate speech, or our definition of inflammatory content, so that we raise the bar on what is deemed acceptable for advertising.
We won't make any public statement. I'm a great believer in talking about where the industry needs to get to, and what are the things we need to [do] collectively, the first accountability does go to the media companies because at the end of the day we are spending our money on their platform. I think the best way to do negotiations with any supplier is one on one and in private, and so you won't find us coming out and making big public statements about particular customers. And we are working hand in hand.
There have been stories over the past few days about brands appearing against content that they wouldn't like to appear against and particularly on YouTube, and so for me it is a good opportunity for me to say, first and foremost, to say sorry this should not happen and we need to do better. I've spoken personally to a number of advertisers. Those that I have spoken to, we have been talking about a handful of impressions, and pennies not pounds of spend, but however small or big the issue, it is an important issue that we address.
We will continue to act swiftly to put these new policies and processes in place across our ad network and YouTube. But we also intend to act carefully, preserving the value we currently provide to advertisers, publishers and creators of all sizes. In the end, there's nothing more important to Google than the trust we've built amongst our users, advertisers, creators and publishers. Brand safety is an ongoing commitment for us, and we'll continue to listen to your feedback.
I'm going to start by saying sorry to the brands that have been affected by this ... We've investigated and for some of the advertisers it's been a handful of impressions, pennies not pounds. We have had a review underway for some time and we're accelerating that review. One area we're looking at is policies. What [content] do we categorize as being safe for advertising. The second area is controls. We've seen that advertisers had the controls but some aren't using them. If the controls are too complex that's our problem so we will look to simplify them and look again at the default settings.
We also intend to act carefully, preserving the value we currently provide to advertisers, publishers and creators of all sizes.
We know advertisers don't want their ads next to content that doesn't align with their values. So starting today, we're taking a tougher stance on hateful, offensive and derogatory content. We'll be hiring significant numbers of people and developing new tools powered by our latest advancements in AI and machine learning to increase our capacity to review questionable content for advertising.
In cases where advertisers find their ads were served where they shouldn't have been, we plan to offer a new escalation path to make it easier for them to raise issues. In addition, we'll soon be able to resolve these cases in less than a few hours. We believe the combination of these new policies and controls will significantly strengthen our ability to help advertisers reach audiences at scale, while respecting their values. We will continue to act swiftly to put these new policies and processes in place across our ad network and YouTube.
Starting today, we're taking a tougher stance on hateful, offensive and derogatory content. This includes removing ads more effectively from content that is attacking or harassing people based on their race, religion, gender or similar categories. This change will enable us to take action, where appropriate, on a larger set of ads and sites.
It's a nightmare. I can't trust YouTube any more. It's bad that YouTube attempts to censor this very important topic and is not putting its efforts into censoring white supremacy, antisemitism, Islamophobia, racism, jihadists and stuff like that. I want them to be transparent about what they think to be advertiser friendly.
I'm not sure they fully apprehend the extent to which this is a social issue and not just a technical one. The truth is they are both engaged in almost every case.
It's staggering because YouTube has a CEO [Susan Wojcicki] who is a feminist and a big champion for gender equality.
I definitely don't think the video was even close to the least advertiser-friendly content I've posted. YouTube's policy is just very vague, which makes sense because I think demonetization needs to be handled on a case-by-case basis. Their policies seem more reasonable when you ask a human to check it, but the algorithm that catches videos originally is really unfair.
Unable to provide specific reassurances, policy and guarantees that their video or display content is classified either quickly enough or with the correct filters. We have a duty of care to our clients in the UK marketplace to position their brands in the right context where we can be assured that that environment is safe, regulated to the degree necessary and additive to their brands' objectives. Our position will remain until we are confident in the YouTube platform and Google Display Network's ability to deliver the standards we and our clients expect.
"We won't make any public statement. I'm a great believer in talking about where the industry needs to get to, and what are the things we need to [do] collectively, the first accountability does go to the media companies because at the end of the day we are spending our money on their platform,"
We've got a comprehensive review under way, we have for some time, looking at how can we improve here and we are accelerating that review. Firstly on policies, this is about what content within YouTube do we deem to be safe for advertisers, and we're going to raise the bar on that. That would include things like looking at our definition of hate speech, or our definition of inflammatory content, so that we raise the bar on what is deemed acceptable for advertising.
"I think the best way to do negotiations with any supplier is one on one and in private and so you won't find us coming out and making big public statements about particular customers. And we are working hand in hand,"
There have been stories over the past few days about brands appearing against content that they wouldn't like to appear against and particularly on YouTube, and so for me it is a good opportunity for me to say, first and foremost to say sorry, this should not happen, and we need to do better. I've spoken personally to a number of advertisers. Those that I have spoken to, we have been talking about a handful of impressions, and pennies not pounds of spend, but however small or big the issue, it is an important issue that we address.
The company needs to publicly apologise to companies whose reputation has been compromised, and to take action. If nothing happens then I think the attitude of the market will harden.
We've begun a thorough review of our ads policies and brand controls, and we will be making changes in the coming weeks to give brands more control over where their ads appear across YouTube and the Google Display Network.
With millions of sites in our network and 400 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute, we recognize that we don't always get it right. In a very small percentage of cases, ads appear against content that violates our monetization policies. We promptly remove the ads in those instances, but we know we can and must do more.
It doesn't really matter whether they confess or not because there is physical evidence in the firearms meant for terrorism.
My videos allow my music to be visual and people are really drawn to my videos and I've got a lot of views because of YouTube.
Me going out on auditions and stuff like that, I don't think that's my kind of fit. The role has to be perfect for me, the storyline has to be perfect for what I'm trying to portray first and maybe it's not the lead first, maybe it is the lead first, it just really depends on what story I choose.
I would like to apologize to our partners and advertisers who might have been affected by their ads appearing on controversial content.
Google faces a hostile industry of media owners in Europe ... and we expect they will be all too happy to highlight future brand safety failings. Overall, we think that the problems which have come to light will have global repercussions as UK marketers potentially adapt their UK policies to other markets and as marketers around the world become more aware of the problem.
We have always said Google, Facebook and others are media companies and have the same responsibilities as any other media company. They cannot masquerade as technology companies, particularly when they place advertisements.
That video might be the ultimate tipping point for them, in their transition.
I want to take this opportunity to apologise to anyone affected. Clearly we need to do more on that.
It connects to the core of where kids are today. Back in the day, I'd get a new pair of Nike Jordans to look cool and get people liking me at school. Now it's, I want to post cool stuff on YouTube.
Several federal circuits have ruled that there is no 4th Amendment reasonable expectation of privacy in historical cell-site location information. The Ninth Circuit held argument on the question this morning in United States v. Gilton before a strong panel of Judges Wallace, McKeown, and Bybee. Thanks to the Ninth Circuit’s open access policies, you can watch the video here on Youtube.
'I think most people would be appalled by that video and think that it goes against all standards of common decency in the United Kingdom'.
It is inexplicable to us that Google can move very fast to remove material from YouTube when it is found to be copyrighted, but that the same prompt action is not taken when the material involves proscribed organisations and hateful and illegal content. The Committee expects to hear from you on how you are using some of YouTube's very significant revenue to put this problem right by devoting sufficient resources to ensure that vile and illegal material is removed proactively from your platforms, and that neither you nor those that create these videos profit from hatred.
So everything we are asked to calculate in terms of emergency preparedness, we are being asked 'what is going to happen if it is dropped downtown' or whatever. If we can't believe our computer codes, we can't give the government an accurate estimate of this and how many people will get hurt.
It's just unbelievable how much energy is released. We hope that we would never have to use a nuclear weapon ever again. I think that if we capture the history of this and show what the force of these weapons are and how much devastation they can wreak, then maybe people will be reluctant to use them. When people could realize how much energy is released and how much damage they can do, maybe they would think twice. It is a deterrent. We maintain the stockpile hoping that we never have to use it.
You feel the heat blast from it. It's so bright you actually see your bones in your hands.
We believe strongly in the freedom of speech and expression on the web – even when that means we don't agree with the views expressed. In a very small percentage of cases, ads appear against content that violates our monetisation policies. We promptly remove the ads in those instances, but we know we can and must do more.
The goal is to personalise those ads. The rationale is that the exposure to that ad will remind you that you looked at [something on that site], and at some point you will click on that ad and purchase it. The reason they do that is it works.
Google provides most of the plumbing that enables programmatic. Google is not controlling the inventory coming in well enough in advance of making it available. And buyers of ads for clients, the media agencies, are not vetting it themselves.
It is a direct contravention of assurances our media-buying agency had received on our behalf from YouTube. As we are not satisfied that YouTube is currently a safe environment, we have removed all Channel 4 advertising from the platform with immediate effect.
We do want to create some things to give some exclusivity to using Vevo owned and operated. YouTube is a really important commercial partner and continues to be a strong partnership. But really for Vevo, we wanted a strong set of owned and operated properties across desktop, mobile and the web which would be the best choice for people who really love music videos to enjoy that content.
Now that YouTube is definitely investing more on the live side, we felt that it was a great opportunity to come together.
This is definitely our biggest investment in this space overall.
I think the big thing that e-sports needs to do right now is ... introduce e-sports to the masses, so that we can continue to get bigger brands involved.
It should be within our gift as the clients who invest the money, and as the media agencies who recommend where to spend it, to simply agree to withdraw media spend from environments where we cannot guarantee safety for our clients' brands.
We also call on all internet users to raise their voice to Google and Facebook to prevent toxic, fake content violating Vietnamese law in the online environment.
The Zionists have already ethnically cleansed the Palestinians, why not do the same thing to Europeans and Americans as well? No group on earth fights harder for its interests than do the Jews. By dividing a society they can weaken it and control it.
Some of this is due to age - people get married later now. But even when we take age into account, the marriage advantage in sexual frequency is smaller than it once was. That might be because smartphones premiered in 2007, Netflix streaming video in 2007 and YouTube in 2006. Our entertainment is more entertaining, and more on-demand than it once was. There are a lot more things to do at 10 p.m. at home than there used to be.
Absence of any of these platforms will create a significant impact on media plan and the business results of companies.
We laughed a lot, but still we were worried a little bit more.
Surveillance cameras are becoming much more integrated into the internet … The problem is when new and advancing technology is brought together by well-meaning people that actually invades people's privacy, or worse, leaves privacy at risk of theft or uploading on YouTube.
One day I will draw him, too. I was in Turkey. I was in Greece. Here in the camp I like my painting. I like drawing my feelings and faces. I remember the door when we are going away. I remember that day. When I think [hard] I can remember something. I teach myself. Sometimes I see from the videos, on YouTube, and I learn.
The ban that this motherfucker tried to put up; him winning the presidency; police being able to kill motherfuckers and get away with it; people being in jail for weed for 20, 30 years and motherfuckers that's not black on the streets making money off of it – but if you got color or ethnicity connected to your name, you've been wrongfully accused or locked up for it, and then you watching people not of color position themselves to get millions and billions off of it.
It's a lot of clown shit going on that we could just sit and talk on the phone all day about, but it's a few issues that we really wanted to lock into [for the video] like police, the president and just life in general.
It's about this idea of grabbing on to whatever's in front of you and running with it, without having much understanding of where it's going to lead you.
Looking in the rear view mirror is a mistake unless you learn from it.
YouTube five years ago wasn't the YouTube today, and it brought an entirely new audience to my work.
I bought this and paid this one in full. I didn't even want this car, really. I mean, I wanted it. It's a neat toy. That's why I do this. I know it works. We sit around and laugh about it every morning.
It's right to determine they are the same person.
Most of my research was done online. I used Google Maps and Streetview to 'walk' down the streets in Queens where the story is set, to look up at the buildings, and try to get a sense of the neighbourhood... I listened to Queens accents on YouTube, and I looked at thousands of photos of suburban America in the mid-60s.
We knew what we were undertaking when we signed up to it. We're following three of the best people that have ever worked in my industry. I'm a motoring journalist just like they are. I hugely admire them, so we knew this was going to be difficult.
The great issue with this reboot of Top Gear has been the word chemistry because you can't just create chemistry, you can't just say 'Right, you three do chemistry'. The guys before us had a long time, they had a decade to generate chemistry, so we've been under pressure to do that, but we are, we'd like to think, moderately intelligent people with a view of the world and bit of banter, and that's what you want, isn't it?
You can please some people some of the time, but you can't please all of the people all of the time.
Some of the things that are said are unkind, but we come from a YouTube background so if you think TV critics have got teeth, they've got nothing on a 14-year old with a keyboard in Alabama at four in the morning. You just have to be grown-up about it, don't you?
We have all been there: you call or email to complain – and you are met with a great silence. This is no accident, in the world of the Absent Corporation. I was in the rabbit warren of tunnels in King’s Cross station last week when a woman collapsed just ahead of me. The tunnels were soon clogged up with bad-tempered people, stepping around the few passengers who were looking after her and the American woman who had taken it upon herself to direct the human traffic.
I don't know if they want to perform, they want their own YouTube channels. Honestly, I don't even know what it is. I know what it is, but I don't know what it is. I don't partake as much. They just talk on it, and watch other people on their YouTube channels, and then they see who is watching it – I guess it's just like all social media.
Instead of local or regional we're global. It has definitely broadened the general awareness of the park.
You see all these people come out and there's always the fans – they're amazing. But nobody compares to my mom. My mom dances the whole show, knows the routines – it's the absolute truth. And people go 'I missed that part, I was watching your mom.' No one is going to fan girl like your mom.
It was dark, now it's sunrise.
YouTube TV is an exciting development for Alphabet's crown jewel. Several services have a head start on developing digital skinny bundles (with more likely to join in the coming months / years), but YouTube is in an extraordinarily unique position with hundreds of millions of video viewers to potentially convert in the U.S. alone and over a billion users visiting the site every month globally.
There's no question that millennials love great TV content, but what we've seen is that they don't want to watch it in the traditional setting.
There's no question that millennials love great TV content, but what we've seen is they don't want to watch it in the traditional setting.
I think broadcast television is really going to move to the Internet, so that current TV networks will offer their videos online, just the same as Netflix and YouTube.
In general, YouTube is best positioned among digital media owners to capture so-called 'TV money.' Snap will increasingly be able to do the same as well. However, we argue that looking at declines in TV consumption as that viewing was historically defined will overstate the degree to which budgets may shift from owners of conventional TV networks to digital media owners with TV-like characteristics.
Influencers are a bit of a challenge that way because they're creating hundreds or thousands of hours of content, and they take down videos, too, so you have to go beyond the existing content that's published, really know the person and know what they've stood for throughout their career.
They're not coming to the table thinking about how a brand is going to react to their behavior. They care more about being themselves than what a brand thinks of them. There is really a microscope now on brands' values and value messaging because of the political state of the world right now. Brands can't really be completely silent, and they're being called out.
Brands need to start looking at working with influencers the same way they've approached celebrity and athlete endorsements. Most brands, when they're investing a certain level of money in people, they're doing full background checks, they're working with P.R. agencies to understand potential risks, they're doing audits of every piece of content they've been in or associated with.
Baba the Cosmic Barber's original head massage video has almost 10,000,000 views. Many of those views come from people who probably watch it several times a week to fall asleep. Ten million views is incredible for a video that costs less than fifty dollars to make.
ASMR is not as odd as it sounds. In the 90s we had CDs and audio tapes of rain forest sounds that many people used for relaxation purposes -- there just wasn't a fancy term to classify that media. Since online video has become a phenomenon, now we have a whole new generation of those kinds of ephemeral experiences created by people all over the world.
ASMR videos tend to have low production costs, but have a massive replay-ability factor.
We were just talking about maybe we ought to have a line of mermaid products by Body Glove.
Of course you can't turn down Linden.
It is incumbent upon the ecosystem, including publishers, ad networks, programmatic companies and agencies, to prove that the capability to effectively deal with challenges such as ad fraud and brand misplacement is in place.
I think it's important to say something and I want to make one thing clear: I am in no way supporting any kind of hateful attitudes. I make videos for my audience. I think of the content that I create as entertainment, and not a place for any serious political commentary. I know my audience understand that and that is why they come to my channel. Though this was not my intention, I understand that these jokes were ultimately offensive.
Obviously YouTube was built on [user generated] content. I know it's a big ship to turn around but I don't quite understand why they don't give premium content a better home, a better place to be discovered. Look at it like a Netflix homepage.
It is 2017 now. We're going to have to start separating what is a joke, and what is actually problematic.
I was trying to show how crazy the modern world is, specifically some of the services available online. I picked something that seemed absurd to me – that people on Fiverr would say anything for 5 dollars.
Just putting it out there brings it more and more into the mainstream.
I made a huge mistake. I did some things wrong. I was very naïve … And very arrogant.
I (pleaded) not guilty to the remaining charges including the charge of inviting children to gamble and they were accepted by the prosecution and were accepted by the courts. Trust me when I tell you as a lesson has been learnt, a very valuable lesson.
This was one of the most serious cases that has been investigated and prosecuted by the Commission. Its gravity is reflected in the significant financial penalties imposed by the judge. [Rigby and Douglas] knew that the site was used by children and that their conduct was illegal but they turned a blind eye in order to achieve substantial profits. The effect on children of online gambling was rightly described by the court as 'horrific' and 'seriou.
You can't think of it as just the four hours on Sunday night. If you're going to make sense of that kind of investment, you've got to turn it into an event for your brand that lasts certainly days and hopefully weeks. Last year, by the time we got to Monday morning, there had been 330 million views of ads on YouTube, 330 million. And then another 40 percent in the two weeks after the Super Bowl. We're doing it because it makes it a little but more interesting, and as the bar gets raised every year, you've got to find a new way to get your brand to stand out in this environment.
I see video as a mega trend, same order as mobile.
Consumer video is exploding on our platform as Mark was talking about, and that really creates ad opportunities.
YouTube is growing like weeds for them and they're investing against that. This is a business that has benefited from multiple different secular tailwinds. There's search, there's video, it's programmatic. Now you have hardware, artificial intelligence, machine learning. You have cheap multiple stock, very well capitalized balance sheet, $86 billion in cash.
The core of Alphabet's business is still about both Google's search and YouTube's revenues. The majority of these revenues derive from mobile, and the lower cost-per-click here should be compensated by a higher volume. I'd argue that the stability of Google's revenue in the next two to three years will depend on their ability to maintain the growth of mobile revenues. While there might be slower growth, the mid-term prospect looks good given the fact that advertisers will wake up to the mobile Web opportunity after having focused too much on mobile apps.
For example, if you're a retailer, you could reach potential customers that have been searching for winter coat deals on Google and engage with them with your own winter clothing brand campaign [on YouTube] at just the right moment. With this new solution, advertisers will have access to more detailed insights from their YouTube campaigns across devices, so they can better understand the impact of their campaigns on their highest-value customers.
We believe GOOGL's current valuation underestimates the sustainability of growth in search and the opportunity to extend YouTube. Despite YouTube's strong growth, we do not believe it has meaningfully disrupted the ... global TV ad market. The launch of a vMVPD [virtual multi-channel video programming distributor] product in 2017 seems likely, and could accelerate revenue growth and drive significant disruption of TV advertising.
When I hear a cat on YouTube produce a vocalization that very much sounds like 'oh long Johnson,' or the 'no no no' cat, or a dog that gets pretty-darned close in imitating 'I love you' ... I am led to believe that, to use the words of Boe and company, speech precursors' (however rudimentary or limited) go back further than 25 million years ago.
Instagram could end up being as strong a revenue component for Facebook as YouTube has been for Google.
There are many places now where you can go and sit and connect along the Malecon. We're happy with this.
We'll make sure these villains get the most serious punishment.
When you look at the stats for it, live TV viewing for kids has dropped by just under 4 percent this year, it was 3 percent last year. I think we can definitely see there's a shift, I don't think it's happening as drastically as some commentators are saying. TV is still the best way to deliver reach at scale and that audience is still there. They're still consuming TV content, they're just consuming it on different platforms.
You have games like Speak Out, even more so Pie Face, that appeal to what I call the YouTube Generation. You play Pie Face and you video it, other people watch it and will laugh and will encourage others to buy.
We spoke a different language on the plane and now we're getting kicked out. You guys are racist. I cannot believe my eyes. I cannot believe it.
There are so many of them, they're like YouTube videos. There are only so many of them that you can consume. It's great if you can find a way to curate them.
The discussion that is taking place right now isn't that they're going away. It's that they're going somewhere else.
As viewers' viewing tastes become more sophisticated and as people are learning how to build a business, more companies are willing to fund higher production costs.
In entertainment, If you can hit five, six, seven years at a high level that's incredible. Online that's an eon.
[Watching YouTube] is more for inspiration. It was not 'I want to lean back and relax and watch people commenting on video games.'… It was 'I want to be inspired by people like me to do something creative.
If Facebook , YouTube, Twitter and Microsoft want to convince me and the ministers that the non-legislative approach can work, they will have to act quickly and make a strong effort in the coming months.
Then they combine that data with your search history, your web browsing, what you watched on YouTube.
"Means that, for example, if police or soldiers are beating someone or killing them it could very well be caught on tape and uploaded onto youtube. This changes the whole dynamic of the ability of the authorities to abuse people on the other side.
Means that, for example, if police or soldiers are beating someone or killing them it could very well be caught on tape and uploaded onto youtube. This changes the whole dynamic of the ability of the authorities to abuse people on the other side.
We saw record-breaking interest from the YouTube community. In fact, the three debates rank as the three most-viewed political livestreams of all time on YouTube, with over 8.5 million hours watched live, a 5x increase from the 2012 debates.
I had no intention of doing this movie. ... I don't do witches and demons and goblins. Lionsgate was like, You can't think of a concept?' I was watching YouTube one day and ... I knew exactly what I was going to do.
We have long aimed to help people find the information that they want, right when the need it, and sometimes, even before they think to ask for it.
Mobile search, PLAs and YouTube are all showing strength and we believe have plenty of headroom.
That's one more channel. If you don't watch Netflix some night what do you do? Sometimes you watch a movie, sometimes you watch sports, sometimes you're on YouTube or Facebook or Snapchat. We compete broadly for screen time-- that's not just against a TV provider it's against all the things you do with that screen.
We envision a world where 'surroundie' photos and videos become the next big thing, especially as 360-degree content can be so easily shared with more than 1.7 billion Facebook and YouTube users.
I am a big believer in bootstrapping your own business until you can afford to pay other people to do the dirty work. I am a god-awful designer and can barely use Photoshop, but a few hours on YouTube tutorials and I was able to create enough designs to start paying some bills.
He did feel bad that it had gotten to this level. He got a little bit of reality when we told him how it affects missing person cases.
You can talk to him about Facebook, and YouTube, and stuff like that, . I think this is why it was really easy for him and his crew like to open a Facebook page, the Instagram page, snapchat page, because he always talked about the future and about technology, like I think the social media was something that Peres was really into it.
Dotcom is one of these poster boys for these file sharing sites. A successful extradition to the U.S. could make this a really important case down the track for determining the legality or otherwise of sites like Mega.
Our experience is [that] people kind of gravitate towards the largest screen available. Something happening at night obviously will attract an enormous number of television viewers, but we are creating the habit for our users that if something happens we will have it live. We wouldn't be a modern newsroom if we didn't.
Brands need to ask themselves, are people paying attention to us? And is it worth the amount of money we need to spend to get noticed?
We obviously see great engagement on YouTube, and we use YouTube for some of our live streaming already. It's a natural extension of how we currently do live, but it's also allowing people to find it and discover it, who don't necessarily have a television or a cable subscription.
Of the illegal content reported by users, Twitter deletes about 1 percent, YouTube just 10 percent, and Facebook about 46 percent.
Very often, bank robbers and poachers are amongst the best police forces.
Personally I do not have a problem with him working for a private bank – but maybe not this bank. Goldman Sachs was one of the organizations that knowingly or unknowingly contributed to the enormous financial crisis between 2007 and 2009.
I think that history has shown, for example with the explosive growth on YouTube, that obviously there is a role for curated content, but user-generated content has been a massive driver on consumption.
With the soon-to-be mass availability of VR, the initial content will be premium entertainment, from high-profile games to films in order to drive ownership and demand.
With 360, all you need is a camera and you can immediately share it. We have never had situation where there is instant distribution to billions of people.
Facebook and YouTube have firmly put their weight behind it. This is the first time we have had a new content format where there is such wide distribution from the beginning. Something like Blu-Ray you had to buy a player and replace disks.
[The command could be in] some popular YouTube video that has this strange noise in the background that a human being would just dismiss as an oddity, but that at the same time that noise could be controlling a cellphone that just happens to be located next to a computer.
I couldn't write about these things until I dealt with them. My music at first was just really sad and depressing as I started to go back and write again. And I was like, this is not helping me at all, to write in this way. And so I started dealing with the emotions, I went home, I spent time with my family, I did some therapy. And then it became a very therapeutic experience to write about these emotions.
I never went out there to risk my life. To be quite honest: I am extremely scared of dying.
What we try and do is make sure that we are filming monthly or annual events so that when people see our news reel they can actually decide to go along to the next one that what we feel is our purpose.
We see skinny bundles as a potentially valuable new source of distribution for ESPN and the upcoming Hulu skinny bundle (and reportedly YouTube now) can help support that. However, skinny bundle distribution is very nascent and the contribution to overall subscriber revenue is still tiny.
Our investment in mobile now underlines everything that we do today from search and YouTube to Android and advertising. Mobile is the engine that drives the person and now through a deep investments in machine learning and AI we are building the engine that will drive our future.
Some of the true value in services may always go unrealized given that major businesses within other large Internet companies, like AWS in Amazon, Instagram/Oculus in Facebook, and YouTube in Google, are not fully appreciated in terms of value by investors.
It was all rants and raves.
Ultimately, the way I think about it, I'd like Vevo to be a youth lifestyle brand. That starts with music, and music is at the core of everything we do.
We want to move Vevo brand from being the watermark that it is today. We want to take it to the next level. We want to be in a position where people seek out Vevo to figure out what's hot, what's the latest artist I need to know and listen to, who are our wonderful hosts – basically we have much more to offer than just a repository of music videos.
I've been told to say nothing before court tomorrow, but staying silent here is killing us. If you're a friend, just DM me for the truth.
There's no upside in these companies talking about it. Why would they brag about censorship?
I'm working for this company, but I don't own any of my content. I'm really putting my heart and soul into it. Eventually, I decided to walk away from My Damn Channel, which meant abandoning a 2.5 million subscribed YouTube channel and starting my own channel, It'sGrace. The good thing is My Damn Channel owned my content, but they didn't own my personality.
One of the things we consistently heard as people got even more involved with the platform is that they have an enormous appetite for continued learning.
Mars has historically been a TV-first organization.
These things are happening because of us. We prefer news in the digital form because it's convenient but you get what you pay for. It takes money to do professional journalism.
Making these decisions for live video broadcasts is even more challenging. Companies already face difficult content takedown decisions related to other types of user-generated content.
I have not seen what Medvedev said about it (but) you can always takesome phrase out of context. I know for sure that the government pays greatattention to the fulfillment of social obligations.
This is a historic agreement that could not arrive at a better time.
We're TV – not linear TV, we're on demand. That's a change. Just like YouTube has an opportunity, Amazon has an opportunity, that's why Hulu has an opportunity.
Given the profits made by Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook in France, and low taxes they pay, their refusal to invest in the fight against hatred is unacceptable.
I don't see 50 million Prime users making a huge dent in the 2 billion YouTube user ecosystem.
I've been working on it for a year and a half, so it's going to be good to get the music out. It's so annoying to make a lot of music and then you can't show it to anyone. So now I can finally show people what I've been working on the last year and a half, so that's going to be a very good feeling.
Video is a massive expansion area for Facebook and a big headache for Google with YouTube. What I think they are doing with Facebook Live is really extending the reach and that opens the door to a large number of options about how you interact with video.
If you want to attract branded content, having a view count is essential.
Go to YouTube today. Look up Greenspan-Sanders. Listen to what I told them then. I helped lead the effort against deregulation.
It's pretty interesting that 80 percent of YouTube views come from outside of the United States. I didn't think it would be that high. It demonstrates that the value of YouTube can continue to be extracted.
Following the Arab Spring, we feel that we have the space to talk and express ourselves, especially young people. We didn't have the tools to do so before, but through social media, like Facebook, Youtube and Twitter, we're able to express our opinions confidently.
Stars want to own their environment, it's hard to create content for each platform – Twitter Vine, etc. – now it's almost a new one every month. It is also hard to have an entire business model based on one single platform. Some Youtube stars have started diversifying.
You have a situation in Syria where opposition groups use Youtube to share videos and I fully expect to see Russian aircrafts in those videos quite soon.
With cooperation from Iran, I think we can issue a report by the end of the year on the assessment of the clarification of the issues related to the possible military dimensions.
It's a piece of nighttime music and I'm hoping people will actually sleep through it.
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If you compare the work involved for daily cleaning of the mess and the awful smell, as well as all the collateral damage involved, it has definitely been well worth it.
What is important for companies like ours is that we are present on those platforms and through YouTube and Lego.com and other outlets we are extremely popular and we are meeting and having dialogue with a number of children there, so I think we are simply shifting from the traditional TV landscape to a more contemporary modern media landscape in order to stay relevant to children.
Just yesterday we saw the hack of a military Twitter account and YouTube channel. No military operations were impacted. So far it appears no classified information was released but the investigation is ongoing and it's a reminder that cyber threats are an urgent and ongoing danger.
I recognize that this tool might be used to harm people. That's what it is – it's a gun. But I don't think that's a reason to not put it out there. I think that liberty in the end is a better interest.
People are not so enthusiastic, much more sad. We are getting about 30 to 40 percent of what we would normally have on a festive day like this one.
I think the business that we have here in this market area businesses like any other.
Our message to the world is that in spite of the destruction and the occupation in Gaza, we play over the ruins because people like to watch us play.
You'll hear a lot of naysayers and doom-mongering about how you make money on YouTube and digital platforms. I'm here to tell you you can do it.
Today we could talk about three different ways of preventing bullying, all three must be applied. First: universal prevention taught to all pupils. We are talking there about an emotional and social education. Second: secondary prevention for those pupils at risk, and third prevention measures addressed to victims and bullies.
What could have happened if one of the students had not told me, I would have picked up the bottle. I would have bent down to pick it up to show it to the class, but leaning over it it could have exploded in my face or by showing it to the class it could have blown up in my hands. I say how could we let these children go so far, where are the barriers.
The digital media keeps the initial bullying instance in its most potent original form, as well as the victim can never escape it. It follows them through mobile devices into their own home or even their own bedroom.
We cannot close the gates of the world to our young generation. In today's world, if you don't understand the internet and don't use it, you cannot be an expert or even learn to be one.
I looked over my shoulder and the stand started coming down. I heard people screaming, yelling, the funnel cloud kept on going, it was moving trash cans and everything else. I heard people screaming, yelling and everything.
Imagine making a fist with your right hand, it turns the robot to the right.
Consumers are watching content, watching TV shows and interacting with shows on every screen now. From the big home entertainment, to PCs, and smartphones and tablets. They are consuming different types of TV more and more as a result.
We sort of roll our eyes when they say 'you know you have to be prepared for the hundred year flood,' but here we are.
We've lost roads, we've lost bridges, we've lost homes, cars, and we are just now beginning to assess of the damage.
YouTube has now been committed to take measures in order to avoid known infringements of musical work from GEMA's repertoire. YouTube has to install a word filter.
They are giving us confusing messages. There's nothing clear about it, no clear law, no clear punishment, so the message is not clear and that's why we're fighting for it.
They even leaked a national security meeting. This is villainous, this is dishonesty. Who are you serving by doing audio surveillance of such an important meeting?
We're probably more interested in what's disruptive and what's going to change the world and what's the next Google, what's the next YouTube, what's the next Facebook, and the answer to that question is 'I don't know'. Because if I knew, I would invest in it.
I'd be happy if we could win. If our spark of joy jumped over to the people, because we don't have any expectations except singing okay and to give people in the audience a good time.
I am not Latvian and I'm not a native speaker. I'm a foreigner which is also our band's name 'Arzemnieki' which means foreigners, but Latvia still became part of my heart and of my life. I think this is kind of a voluntary choice to decide who you represent.
With the removal of the ban on Twitter and YouTube, the tension in the country has cooled down. But it seems that Turkey will debate this matter for a long time.
We do a lot of marketing in different ways. We sell on different platforms. We sell also in different countries. We are very strong on Facebook, we have 80, 85,000 friends. On Facebook we are the biggest European tennis community. We have a youtube brandchannel, we have our own blog and we produce many videos with our own in-house tests.
It was a bit funny at first because they didn't seem to accept me. But once I started to sing I managed to win them round.
As you know there is a control on press freedom in Tunisia so that the opposition's voice could not be heard inside the country or even beyond the boundaries of the country. The only voice the opposition has had to express their beliefs, to get their message across and to talk to other people who opposed the President's rule has been on the Internet. The opposition have used Facebook, and YouTube.
These arrests should send a message to anyone thinking about misusing a landmark in this way.
We think this is a new low in Russian tradecraft in terms of publicising, posting. I don't have any other independent details about the origins of the YouTube video. You are right, this has clearly happened overnight and is relatively new. But, this is something they have been actively promoting, posting on, tweeting about and certainly we feel that represents a new low.
I expect some sort of reaction from Vladimir Putin. The public supports me, so I expect some changes in the infrastructure and in the system itself.
If this is let to stand, we believe that it would threaten the very freedom that the internet has brought about, that sites like Blogger and YouTube, if they are held responsible for vetting every video, then the freedom that we know, the Web we know, will cease to exist.
Although we have some evidence indicating that the recent debates about the corruption charges leveled against the prime minister and some front-bench members of the Justice and Development (AK) Party and their children seem to have been noticed by the people, but they do not seem to have been moved so much as to reconsider their voting behaviour in any great numbers, as far as I can tell.
You have to go out there and make content native to the device of your audience. [A smartphone] is not a shrunk-down television.
An audience changes the channel when their show is over. A fanbase shares, it comments, it curates, it creates.
Our audience can chat with our host and influencers, and be part of the show. That's something unique to online audiences.
We can react adequately and effectively without blocking major resources. There was talk that we would block YouTube and the like. We won't. We'll work selectively.
We need action and action now. That's why I have asked my economic team to develop an economic recovery plan for both Wall Street and Main Street that will help save or create at least two and a half million jobs. We are rebuilding our infrastructure, improving our schools, reducing our dependence on oil and saving billions of dollars.
I am obviously not going to comment on private diplomatic conversations other than to say it was pretty impressive trade craft, the audio was extremely clear.
We have all been conscious of those who have given their lives, or have been severely wounded, while serving wIth the armed forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.