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I most often hear that it's really therapeutic. I'm very methodical in how I lay my strips. It helps them sleep at night. It relaxes them.feedback
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May 26 2017
In this page you'll find all points of view published about Youtube. You'll find 394 quotes on this page. You can filter them by date and by a person’s name. The 4 people who have been quoted more about Youtube are: Rose Ellen Dix, Philipp Schindler, Rosie Spaughton and Tyler Oakley. Rose Ellen Dix specifically said: “We had such a good time we thought, Well, why not make it bigger? We like being on stage, we love the adrenaline. It's fun. I always assume you're joking. No, I'm not joking. I genuinely want to do it.”.
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Ruth Porat - Alphabet

We have a differentiated asset in our (YouTube) content creators. We don't see going to shows with glitzy production values that others have.feedback

Miley Cyrus

That's something you can't take away, swinging around naked on a wrecking ball lives forever. I'm never living that down I will always be the naked girl on a wrecking ball…I should've thought [about] how long that was going to follow me around. That's my worst nightmare…is that being played at my funeral…I told you earlier without even knowing that we were playing this that my worst nightmare is having Wrecking Ball at my funeral.feedback

John Petter

These are two of the biggest club football tournaments in the world and showing them live on social media and on mobile devices makes it more readily available to a younger audience as well as available to traditional TV viewers. We believe that VR can offer our viewers an immersive second screen view which will enhance our coverage. We're excited to be broadcasting what we believe to be the biggest multi-camera live 360° sporting event ever for the first time to our customers.feedback

Ayesha Curry

Riley's into all things creative. She's watching the makeup tutorials on YouTube and doing my makeup for me.feedback

John Petter

Making the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League available for free to everyone in the UK shows that BT really is serious about making sport much more accessible to the public. These are two of the biggest club football tournaments in the world and showing them live on social media and on mobile devices makes it more readily available to a younger audience as well as available to traditional TV viewers. We believe that VR can offer our viewers an immersive second screen view which will enhance our coverage.feedback

Hannah Shaw

There's a lot to do but I think it's important to know your limits. My mission is not to open a huge rescue center… It is to continue to inspire and educate others, to continue to built a large, vibrant network to rescue and nurture kittens.feedback

Hannah Shaw

I have no doubt this is having an impact. I have people coming up to me crying, saying they watched one of my videos or read one of my [educational pamphlets] and decided to start working to save kittens, to get involved. That's what makes this all worthwhile for me.feedback

Rhett Jones

The audio quality is trash by modern standards and some research has even suggested that its compression reinforces perceived negative emotional characteristics in musical instruments to the detriment of positive emotional characteristics.feedback

Scott Spencer - Google

It means really two things for publishers: It means that we can be more specific about where we take action and it means that we can take action more quickly. This is not reactive to what's going on in the industry. This is an improvement for publishers ... in terms of how we can take action for our policies.feedback

Scott Spencer - Google

Page level action lets us be more surgical on how we take policy action. We can do so more quickly because we don't need a certain number.feedback

Ruslan Sokolovsky

It will be a long time before a new video clip appears. I'm not an extremist, that much is certain.feedback

Chris Stapleton

It's been with me for more than a decade. I love her as a singer and as an artist. I always like to write the songs, and they get turned loose into the world and who knows what happens to them. That's the joy of being a songwriter. You get to hear what other people do, interpretation-wise.feedback

Gary Shapiro

It is a relatively recent phenomenon but it seems to be a bit of a thing at the moment. I've heard about it being used in the West Midlands, in Bristol and in south London. It's easy to buy online – you don't have to be some kind of dark web techie to find it. There has been some YouTube activity – I have a feeling there is a bit of an American rap influence.feedback

Charlotte Riley

I dived deep into YouTube. I became obsessed with finding people's phone footage of her, to see her slightly more relaxed and unguarded. Although she's always on public display to some extent. She must be acutely aware of being watched the entire time. She must be fiercely protective of her children. William grew up with all that scrutiny but she didn't. It must be hard having to share your kids with the nation. I keep my family very private, but I'm not under a fraction of the pressure she is.feedback

Sophie Emma Rose

When I look at some of the negative comments on my channel, I'm amazed that some people still feel strongly about how wrong it is to breastfeed a child and share that over YouTube. But I'm going to continue uploading videos. I think the work I'm doing affirms other mums who want to breastfeed older kids or babies. I feel the act of me breastfeeding without shame on YouTube sends the message out that it is ok. Breasts are not just sexual objects, this is what they're made for.feedback

Sophie Emma Rose

I know that breastfeeding does end – children eventually lose the latch and are not physically able to breastfeed past the age of about seven or eight years old.feedback

Philipp Schindler - Google

I wouldn't call it the new reality. It's really important that we actually find the right balance between the advertisers here and the creators. That's really what we have to fine-tune the systems to.feedback

Hank Green

We look at our bottom line, and if we lose 30 percent of our YouTube revenue, we might say yes to some brand deals we would have otherwise said no to in order to not lay anybody off. But if somebody's making an extra $1,000 a month and that's helping them pay the grocery bills, those people might not have access to that.feedback

Tim Wood

You're not ever supposed to do Ouija alone, let alone in a place that had an exorcism done in it. She basically told me, Your channel is doing so great, especially for the last month,' and that everything is up – our numbers are way up, our watch time almost doubled from March. But our ad revenue is pretty much a quarter of what it was in March.feedback

Tim Wood

We've never had problems with being told we're not advertiser-friendly.feedback

Alayna Fender

If they're going to pull ads from videos without telling us and giving us no notification and no way to appeal it, they need to at least tell us what it is. What rules are these videos breaking? What is it that we need to avoid? How can we remain advertiser-friendly? That's the main problem – the secrecy and how quiet they're keeping.feedback

Heather Martin

We did do pranks, but most of the time the kids knew about them and they were planned. The characters you see on our YouTube channel is not a reflection of who we are. It's a character, it was a show. A bad show, but it was a show.feedback

Tony Blockley

If the police get involved, then it will be because of a statutory or legislative criminal act, or if someone reports it to them. But just because a crime hasn't necessarily taken place, doesn't mean it's not harmful.feedback

Tony Blockley

We celebrate what people post online and we live our lives on social media. And there's this kind of voyeurism. There are people who like to see others at times of distress or coming to harm.feedback

Amelia Tait - The New Statesman

Though YouTube removes videos that breach its 'community guidelines', it seems illogical that we trust the service to police itself.feedback

Todd Krizelman - MediaRadar

Securing ad space in advance is not a promise to runs ads, no matter what. Advertisers and their agencies can immediately cancel or put campaigns on hold if they are worried about brand safety.feedback

M. Shawn Crahan

From the beginning, Slipknot's goal has always been world domination. That goal is still the same today. The video for 'The Shape,' filmed at our festival Knotfest with our 'maggots,' and over 1 billion views on our YouTube channel, proves it's happening. Like it or not.feedback

Demi Lovato

I'm so excited for you guys to see my doc when it comes out!feedback

Susan Wojcicki - YouTube

Never before has so much creativity be unleashed, but we realize with that with that creativity and openness comes responsibility. The last several weeks have been challenging for some of you, and you've told us to do better when it comes to ad placement. I want you to know that we have taken your feedback to heart. We work hard every day to earn our advertisers' and agencies' trust, and we apologize for letting some of you down. I'm here to say that we can and we will do better.feedback

Brittany Shear

As a mother, you have a 1-year-old and a 2-year-old – it doesn't matter whether that's true or false. It put fear in me.feedback

Leila Cobo

Throughout the years, Daddy Yankee has known how to decipher what is needed to make a hit, and he constantly achieves it. Last year he did it with 'Shaky Shaky' and with 'Despacito' he gives that extra push to a great song. Yankee keeps himself updated on all the music trends, and is also a master when it comes to promotion and marketing, both traditional and digital.feedback

Heather Martins

We love our kids. They're the most important thing in the world to us. We made poor parenting choices by portraying ourselves this way. But we are not bad people. They were reunited with their grandparents and their cousins and their aunts and uncles. They were happy to see them. Cody was starting to remember everybody.feedback

Tim Conlon

She was shell-shocked. Even when she got the kids, it was almost unreal to her that finally, they were safe.feedback

Damon Smith

The government should ban it so it might save another child from what my son has gone through.feedback

Damon Smith

How to make a bomb - that shouldn't be on YouTube because people copy, especially vulnerable people. Whatever people put on YouTube, broadcast on YouTube - how to make a bomb, how to blow up a car, hacking etc - it's illegal really. They talk about terrorism, beheadings. That shouldn't be on YouTube so young kids could see it. It's wrong.feedback

Tim Wu

In the earliest days we were trying to save companies like YouTube. Now it's as much about trying to save the net from YouTube as it is about saving YouTube. Snapchat has grown up in an era of network neutrality, and I think Snapchat owes some of its existence to net neutrality. Facebook hasn't been able to destroy it yet, and they would have had an easier job in a non-net-neutrality world. The question is, will Facebook and Comcast be able to join together and gang up on a future Snapchat?feedback

Heather Martin

This has been the absolute worst week of our life, and we realize that we have made some terrible parenting decisions.feedback

Tyler Oakley

It had grown into something so much bigger than I expected.feedback

Tyler Oakley

People are used to seeing a 3-minute, edited, fun version of me. It's a 'social' job but I usually create in solitude. To go out on a stage or do a meet-and-greet is a whole different thing.feedback

Tyler Oakley

I could go into my bedroom, turn on my camera and do it my own way. I was doing my 9-to-5 job, but for myself. And in 2012, I decided I hated my job enough that I wanted to try YouTube full-time.feedback

Tyler Oakley

We'd all gone to different colleges and it was a way for me to let them know what was going on in my life – just making videos about my dorm or Welcome Week or people on my floor.feedback

Tyler Oakley

I feel like every month there's a moment where I'm just, like, Wow. This is happening?! I applied to ever single job on Craigslist and I got an internship, which turned into a full-time job doing social media for a website. I want everything. Because, I feel like, why not?feedback

Tyler Oakley

Me and all my siblings would put on plays for our parents.feedback

Tyler Oakley

I felt like it was going to be the end of the world. But I was really fortunate. My family and friends were really receptive.feedback

Laurie Wasserman

I am working with Michael and Heather Martin. It would be highly inappropriate for me to discuss the details of this very sensitive matter, or any associated proceedings, publicly. All information will be presented to the Court at the appropriate time.feedback

Patricia Lockwood

People think my sexual humor is in rebellion to my upbringing but I think it's harmonious, . You can't say, Everyone should be reading poetry again' when there are poets out there who aren't doing things that are academic but freer in form. In Cincinnati, poetry was really popular. There are YouTube videos with millions of views because of poem recitations.feedback

Yvette Cooper

These are among the biggest, richest and cleverest companies in the world, and their services have become a crucial part of people's lives. This isn't beyond them to solve, yet they are failing to do so. They continue to operate as platforms for hatred and extremism without even taking basic steps to make sure they can quickly stop illegal material, properly enforce their own community standards, or keep people safe. It is blindingly obvious that they have a responsibility to proactively search their platforms for illegal content, particularly when it comes to terrorist organisations.feedback

Ruth Porat - Alphabet

The increase in [Google] sites revenue reflects healthy growth in mobile search.feedback

Neil Evans

We want to ensure that dogs, when they are awaiting adoption, have as good an experience as they can. Our research indicates that dogs show more relaxed behaviour and have a significantly higher Heart Rate Variability (HRV) which is indicative of decreased stress, when a variety of genres of music is played in the shelter, the biggest effects being seen with soft rock and reggae and lesser effects when Motown, pop and classical music are played.feedback

Ruth Porat - Alphabet

Our excellent results represent a terrific start to 2017. We clearly continue to benefit from our ongoing investments in product innovation and have great momentum in our new businesses across Alphabet. YouTube revenues continued to grow at a significant rate driven primarily by video advertising.feedback

Neil Evans

We want to ensure that dogs, when they are awaiting adoption, have as good an experience as they can. Most people adopting from a shelter want a dog that is relaxed and interacts positively. Music can help dogs become less stressed and show their true personality.feedback

Sundar Pichai - Google

I would estimate Phillip Schindler's team made literally thousands and thousands of calls...an in-person conversations.feedback

Harry Kargman

This is an ostrich situation where the ostrich just pulled its head out of the sand.feedback

Larry Chiagouris

There is no entity in the world that is more risk averse than a senior marketing person. They don't want to go with a media choice that presents problems for a brand, and they don't have to because they have many other choices.feedback

Sundar Pichai - Google

YouTube continues to experience extraordinary growth and opportunities.feedback

Ryan Seacrest

Cover songs are a terrific vehicle to help discover fresh talent, and YouTube is the perfect platform to do it. These new young artists will also have the chance to work alongside some of the most renowned musicians in the world, which we hope will generate some great experiences for the artists and contestants alike, and in turn produce some memorable performances.feedback

Kissana Phatanacharoen

In the future, we will discuss inappropriate online content, whether on Facebook or YouTube or Instagram, and how we can speed up taking this content down. We did the best we could but there's the time difference issue because Facebook is headquartered in San Francisco.feedback

Iris Mittenaere

I try to go twice a week, sometimes three times. I have a [trainer] so he helps show me what I have to do to work out the body part I want to work, and if I'm on my own, I run and I do ab [exercises] and a lot of squats! When I travel, I try to work out before I go to bed. I'll do 10 minutes of abs one day and 10 minutes of butt the next day. There's a lot of videos on YouTube, and I use 10 minutes to do one part of my body.feedback

Robert Kyncl - YouTube

Not only does Asia have the largest amount of people, in a few decades, countries here will have the largest GDPs. Creators featured in Originals get a significant boost in YouTube subscribers and watch time on their main channels as well.feedback

Robert Kyncl - YouTube

We can't fail at this. This is the number one thing we have to resolve.feedback

Robert Kyncl - YouTube

We're constantly trying to remove friction from the system, whether it's advertisers, users, or telcos.feedback

Brian Nowak

Google websites growth is likely to surprise to the upside ... driven by mobile search, strong YouTube contribution, and continued innovation, such as Maps monetization in 2017.feedback

Hillary Clinton

We've got to bust this market so it can't come back. I'm very proud that under President Obama, the United States passed a near federal ban on the transportation and interstate trafficking of ivory in our own country. The Obama administration had three overriding goals: Stop the killing, stop the trafficking, and stop the demand… And part of that is protecting these rangers.feedback

Nikki Bella

We are finally ready to have this huge celebration. Sorry it took a few days. It took a while to convince someone to do this. This is a very good idea because why? We got half a million subscribers! So, we are ready to give all of us to all of you.feedback

Nikki Bella

It's where we met. It's our passion, it's our life and so, for me, it was kinda like he's my prince charming and he's just saying I want her to be my queen at her home and in front of our family. Honestly, I couldn't have asked for it to be any other way. It was perfect.feedback

Nikki Bella

Just shut up and take your clothes off. What the f**k? Are you kidding me? What did you eat, someone else's farts?feedback

Nikki Bella

What up everyone, so we are finally ready to have this huge celebration – sorry it took a few days, it took a while to convince someone to do this. OK this is a very good idea. Why? Because we got half a million subscribers! So we are ready to give all of us to all of you. Yeah, I'm going to do this. Right? Half a million, love. But that's home for us. WWE is our home. It's where we met. It's our passion and our life.feedback

Jim Cramer

Alphabet needs to show that it's gotten its arms around the YouTube ad problem, where companies don't want to be next to content that's porn or hate speech. I think they'll show you that they've gotten a handle around this problem and therefore the stock can rally, and that's what we've been telling ActionAlertsPlus.com club members. If Starbucks can do it, the stock goes from $60 to $70. Otherwise, it should fall back a couple bucks and we've got to wait for another quarter for it to fix its through-put issues.feedback

Naomi Gummer

Nearly all of us will have come across comments or content online that shocked or even offended us, sometimes leaving us feeling isolated or powerless to change the conversation. And for young people in particular, this sense of vulnerability can be heightened if it's difficult to judge whether a piece of content is real, especially when something is shared on social media by a trusted friend. That's why we're launching Internet Citizens. This is just one part of our commitment to a better web.feedback

Anna Smee

Young people in the UK spend more time online than ever before. In this complex world, there is an urgent need to help young people embrace the positive aspects of connectivity, but we must also support them to manage the negative effects.feedback

Anna Smee

Through Internet Citizens, UK Youth is empowering young people to express themselves, have a voice, listen to others and ultimately gain a sense of belonging by discovering the skills needed to act safely and responsibly online, and make the internet a positive place.feedback

Naomi Gummer

This is just one part of our commitment to a better web. Alongside this, we are exploring more innovative ways to use technology; to partner with experts to help us tackle hate speech online and we are taking a hard look at our policies around offensive content. We'll share more updates on these areas in the coming weeks.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

Everybody watches TV and nearly everybody has the internet, so I don't see anything that's going to stop Netflix from getting to most people in the United States and then eventually hopefully most people around the world. We have YouTube envy.feedback

LeAnn Rimes

It's a very healing record. That's really what I hope people get out of it, is some sense of healing. I'm not attacking anything; it's from a settled point of view. And, yes, it is vulnerable. I'm scared to death.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

You know, think about it, when you watch a show from Netflix and you get addicted to it, you stay up late at night. We're competing with sleep, on the margin. And so, it's a very large pool of time. It's really just the beginning. When you look at YouTube having a billion active users and a billion hours every day. When you look at Facebook's, multi-billion numbers, we see that the internet is just a phenomenal opportunity.feedback

Rosie Spaughton

Our first payment was £20. We went to Iceland and spent it on sweets and alcohol. We used to buy lots of onion rings, didn't we? Curry and onion rings.feedback

Rosie Spaughton

Not as much now, because I've stopped answering so many. We got a lot of anonymous Tumblr questions, telling us about really bad situations. We'd be like 'What do I do?' We'd just try and give the best advice we could, but what if you told them the wrong thing? We've got the best audience, because we're very open and honest. They know everything about us, and that's why we've got such a close bond. I had to ask her not to watch.feedback

Rose Ellen Dix

A lot of people's situations really suck. They are in horrible households where they can't possibly be themselves.feedback

Rose Ellen Dix

We don't really have a filter. We just think, Look, if people want to watch because it's us being us, then we'll just stick with that.' We don't want to produce something contrived or scripted.feedback

Rose Ellen Dix

A huge portion of the creative process lies in the editing. It's where you inject your style.feedback

Rose Ellen Dix

We were just doing it for a hobby. I saw it as a creative outlet.feedback

Rosie Spaughton

Someone in the comments was like, How dare you think about sperm donation. You should be adopting.' As far as I'm aware, I can have children, so why should I adopt just because I'm gay?feedback

Rosie Spaughton

Oh, there was that time you tried to have a threesome and they told you to get out. That could only happen to you. Rose would say, Oh, we have to see each other because, you know, the fans need a new video.' There were, like, five people watching. I think what we show is quite hopeful. Visibility is a huge deal. When I was growing up, I had no one. I didn't know who Ellen DeGeneres was, I couldn't think of one gay person on TV. Now it's easy to get YouTube on your phone – you don't have to be watching something gay on TV in front of your parents.feedback

Rosie Spaughton

YouTubers are relatable, they're accessible. On Twitter, George Clooney doesn't follow you or tweet you back, but we follow our fans. We talk to them, we meet them, we even know their friends.feedback

Rose Ellen Dix

Rosie and I still don't really know how we want to do it. We're not anti-adoption. We'll do what works for us.feedback

Rose Ellen Dix

Oh wait, she wasn't out at the time. No one wants to out themselves as Dumbledore.feedback

Rose Ellen Dix

We never put ourselves out there as LGBT role models. We didn't want to pigeonhole ourselves. But also, we didn't want to give ourselves that kind of responsibility. We were like, Oh, let's just be ourselves and have fun and that will normalise it.feedback

Rose Ellen Dix

We had such a good time we thought, Well, why not make it bigger? We like being on stage, we love the adrenaline. It's fun. I always assume you're joking. No, I'm not joking. I genuinely want to do it.feedback

Rose Ellen Dix

We just didn't realise how many people would want to meet us. It got so crazy they had to shut it down.feedback

Jordan Patch - Animal Adventure

We're going to see that baby and mom really develop a beautiful bond.feedback

Jordan Patch - Animal Adventure

His entrance into the world was unnerving to even those of us who have witnessed animal births previously. Giraffes give birth standing up, which means when the calf is ready to be born, it exits its mother hooves first from six feet off the floor, making for a very exciting event.feedback

Ethan Klein

It's getting so bad that you can't even speak your mind or be honest without fear of losing money and being not 'brand-friendly'. YouTube is on the fast track to becoming Disney vloggers: beautiful young people that wouldn't say anything controversial and are always happy.feedback

Fabio Roberti

Today people come in and already know what they'll buy, whereas in the past you would have to take a chance. People will go into the shop and go through YouTube or Spotify before buying a record – which I think eliminates some of the adventure I felt [when] you talked to the record owner and learned about it that way. It's hard to know where this is going in the next 5 or 10 years.feedback

Allen Kovac

YouTube's holding company [Google] can't really have a motto 'Do The Right Thing' then pay one-seventh of the rates other streaming services pay. Moreover, Google drives audiences to YouTube, which devalues artists' music. That's a win-win for them, but a colossal loser for artists.feedback

Geoff Taylor

These figures suggest a corner is being turned as more people choose premium subscription services, but are hugely frustrating given that they could be more positive still were video-streaming platforms to pay fairly for the music they benefit so much from.feedback

Gadi Oron

The biggest problem facing music creators is that the most significant source of online music, video streaming services, pay them insignificant royalties. This is a huge global flaw in the music landscape: it is unfair, and it is alarming. That is why the EU reforms currently under discussion are so important.feedback

James Marsters

If I go on YouTube, I can see someone who's very good at gaming and not perfectly good at jokes. I thought, what if we were really good at humor, but really bad at gaming? That might be interesting and also easy to do. [So we] started doing that and we were having a lot of fun.feedback

Jacob Koehler

He didn't hit a single thing on the way there. It was unreal. The workers thought that the parents were in the back, but obviously they weren't.feedback

Clintus McGintus - YouTube

This is my business and how I pay the bills. Super Chat is the next level. Tipping on stream and getting a shout-out or having your comment read by the content creator is a great feeling.feedback

T. L. Taylor

Game live-streaming taps into the longstanding pleasure of spectating other people's play. Live streamers are adept at connecting with the folks watching them, drawing them out and into the play experience.feedback

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

Super Chat is probably destined to fail. I think that the business model is flawed, and I think the ability to 'buy' a spot in the queue is going to turn off a lot of fans.feedback

Digby Lewis

A positive contribution deserves to rise to the top because of its value to the community, not because someone has a financial advantage.feedback

Matt McCloskey - Twitch

Twitch viewers are very savvy and in tune with their favorite casters, so they are aware that their support is what enables their favorite streamers to broadcast full time.feedback

Barbara Macdonald - YouTube

For creators, Super Chat does double duty: keeping their conversations and connections with (super) fans meaningful and lively while also giving them a new way to make money.feedback

Jacob Koehler

I think there is a good teaching point here. With the way technology is … kids will learn how to do anything and everything. He probably looked it up for five minutes and then said it was time to go. He didn't hit a single thing on the way there. It was unreal. A friend of the family saw what was going on and called the grandparents.feedback

Nigel Huddleston

With huge scale comes huge responsibility. They need to take the concerns of advertisers and the general public far more seriously than they have shown in the past. They need to get their act together and make sure they do a better job at improving blocking inappropriate content.feedback

James Chandler

People are increasingly using their smartphones to watch more clips, programmes and films. Consequently, as companies have to follow what the industry calls 'eyeballs' to get their ads in front of people, they have to allocate more budget to mobile and online video as that's where people are spending more time.feedback

Dan Bunyan - PricewaterhouseCoopers

Right now, considerations such as brand safety mean the advertiser is rightly demanding more certainty in the placement of their ads. The industry is evolving quickly to find new solutions to address brands' needs in this dynamic environment.feedback

Danielle Cemprola

I have read sports psychology books, listened to motivational podcasts and worked on visualizing race day. I even found a video of the marathon course on YouTube and watch it several times a week to familiarize myself with spots that might be difficult for me.feedback

Lewis Thomas

I cannot listen to the last movement of the Mahler Ninth without the door-smashing intrusion of a huge new thought: death everywhere, the dying of everything, the end of humanity.feedback

Beck Bennett

Okay, so, well it's an homage to the resistance. There's this huge protest in the street, reminiscent of Black Lives Matter. So everybody's marching, right, and they get to these police officers and you think it's going to go bad because there's a standoff, and then Kendall Jenner walks in and walks up to one of the police officers and she hands him a Pepsi. And that Pepsi brings everyone together. Isn't that like the best ad ever?feedback

Ariel Bardin

We will no longer serve ads on YPP videos until the channel reaches 10K lifetime views. This new threshold gives us enough information to determine the validity of a channel. It also allows us to confirm if a channel is following our community guidelines and advertiser policies. By keeping the threshold to 10K views, we also ensure that there will be minimal impact on our aspiring creators. And, of course, any revenue earned on channels with under 10K views up until today will not be impacted.feedback

Robert De Niro

They warned me what a serious guy De Niro is ...They warned me not to make jokes. So the third day of shooting, I looked him straight in the face and told him: 'I can't work with you. You can't act.' The guy fell on the floor. He didn't stop laughing for 18 weeks. Scorsese fell on the floor too, but he's so small we couldn't find him.feedback

Brian Lesser - GroupM

Now we can get down to the level of an individual user and we can be certain that we're targeting an ad to the same user across multiple devices.feedback

Ari Paparo

The nature of the internet is that it is fragmented. You can't buy over martinis everywhere you want to reach those customers. It just doesn't work that way. There's no amount of wishing that's going to make the old days come back.feedback

Brian Lesser - GroupM

It wasn't possible for us to be certain that we were reaching that audience, so we used the content of certain programming to define that audience.feedback

Neil Shah - Apple

The only future I see for YouTube Go is for feature phones or basic phones.feedback

Hossein Hosseini

Such vulnerability of the video annotation system seriously undermines its usability in real-world applications.feedback

Radha Poovendran

We clearly showed their system is brittle. Google must be cheered for trying to use AI to do video understanding. But I do not believe Google can make any promise that would hold water about being able to remove all bad videos. The average user wanting to watch a video is not going to be spending time bypassing this. But often those who intent to put illegal videos are very, very tech savvy. They can figure out how to bypass the Google's AI system easily.feedback

Crystal Abidin

In every one of their videos, there are small gestures shared between them that convinced me the love is real. … When people get invested in [relationships], real life or not, sometimes it's because we're seeking for something we lack in our own lives. We see the love, the chemistry and it warms our heart, so when the source of the happiness is destroyed just like that, there is no doubt that people from the fandom may get very depressed.feedback

Crystal Abidin

Many of them do have other talents, but no matter how you look at it, the bulk of this industry, the influencer industry, is their personal lives.feedback

Philipp Schindler - Google

It has always been a small problem, and over the last few weeks, someone has decided to put a bit more of a spotlight on the problem.feedback

Philipp Schindler - Google

Computers have a much harder time understanding context, and that's why we're actually using all of our latest and greatest machine learning abilities now to get a better feel for this.feedback

Philipp Schindler - Google

We take this as seriously as we've ever taken a problem. We've been in emergency mode. No system can be 100 percent perfect. But we're working as hard as we can to make it as safe as possible.feedback

Jordan Patch - Animal Adventure

Initially, when the camera went live back in the beginning of February, it was getting some viewership. But then all of the sudden, it got very, very popular. The neat thing about giraffe labour is that they instinctively hide the labour signs because in the wild, if they were making it very clear they were in labour, every hyena and lion would sit tight and wait for mom to become vulnerable. Ladies out there. If you've been nine months pregnant and you've had to bend over and tie your shoes, it's hard.feedback

Jordan Patch - Animal Adventure

Initially, when the camera went live back in the beginning of February, it was getting some viewership. But then all of the sudden, it got very, very popular, and there are some people who fundamentally disagree with what we do here – keeping animals in captivity – but there is a purpose for that. So their tool to take down our cam to punish us or take it off-air was to report it to YouTube for having sexually explicit content.feedback

Cary Sherman

It makes no sense that it takes a thousand on-demand streams of a song for creators to earn $1 on YouTube, while services like Apple and Spotify pay creators $7 or more for those same streams. Why does this happen? Because a platform like YouTube wrongly exploits legal loopholes to pay creators at rates well below the true value of music while other digital services – including many new and small innovators – cannot. It may be the same song requested by the user, on the same device, but the payouts differ enormously because of an unfair and out-of-date legal regime.feedback

Cary Sherman

A year of growth in the U.S. music business is welcome news. It suggests that years of patiently nurturing a nascent streaming marketplace has begun to pay off. But it does not erase 15 years of declines, or continuing uncertainty about the future.feedback

Cary Sherman

As excited as we are about our growth in 2016, our recovery is fragile and fraught with risk. The marketplace is still evolving, and we've experienced unexpected turns too many times before. Moreover, two of the three pillars of the business – CDs and downloads – are declining rapidly. It remains to be seen whether growth of the remaining pillar will be sufficient to offset the losses from the other two. Much rides on a streaming market that must fairly recognize the enormous value of music.feedback

Kristin Lemkau - JPMorgan Chase & Co.

It's only been a few days, but we haven't seen any deterioration on our performance metrics. Before the YouTube thing happened, we were just looking at programmatic. Now the question is, what else is out there that we should be looking at whitelisting?feedback

Eric Franchi

If you charge a percentage of all of the ads that run through your platform, then the prospects can be pretty dim if all of a sudden your volume has been cut by 95 percent. So many of these companies, and some of them are public, tout the number of ads they deliver per second, per day. If you start seeing more marketers move in this direction, it will be pretty interesting. What are the metrics then that those companies start to report?feedback

Christophe Muller - YouTube

The next claim we hear is that we underpay compared to subscription services like Spotify. But this argument confuses two different services: music subscriptions that cost $10 a month versus ad-supported music videos. It's like comparing what a cab driver earns from fares to what they earn showing ads in their taxi.feedback

Cary Sherman

The way the negotiation goes is something like this: 'Look. This is all we can afford to pay you,' YouTube says. We hope that you'll find that reasonable. But that's the best we can do. And if you don't want to give us a license, okay. You know that your music is still going to be up on the service anyway. So send us notices, and we'll take 'em down as fast we can, and we know they'll keep coming back up. We'll do what we can. It's your decision as to whether you want to take our deal, or whether you just want to keep sending us takedown notices.feedback

Christophe Muller - YouTube

So let's try a fair comparison, one between YouTube and radio. Like radio, YouTube generates the vast majority of our revenue from advertising. Unlike radio, however, we pay the majority of the ad revenue that music earns to the industry. Radio, which accounts for 25 percent of all music consumption in the U.S. alone and generates $35 billion of ad revenue a year, pays nothing to labels and artists in countries like the U.S. In countries like the UK and France where radio does pay royalties, we pay a rate at least twice as high.feedback

Martin Sorrell

They are media companies, they are not technology companies, they cannot masquerade as technology companies and they are responsible, just like you and everybody else, for the content that goes out on their channel and they have to take responsibility.feedback

Martin Sorrell

Boycotting what is one of the most powerful, if not the most powerful medium, doesn't make sense. With duopolistic control or influence comes responsibility, and last time I checked Google's revenues and margins and Facebook's revenues and margins, they were certainly, I look at them with some degree of envy, it's true ... With authority or position comes a responsibility, and they have got to step up and take responsibility.feedback

Obdulio Funez

Since I was young I would go outside and just do skills on my own. And YouTube everyday. That's how I get better on my own.feedback

Mariale Morrero

It was terrible – anytime I was with a group a friends and people would shut up and listen to me, I would get nervous. It was hard for me to be at home so I was like, I'm going to focus on my filming,' . He passed a little before I moved here and people didn't even know because I was so keen on it being a positive space. I feel like people watch me because they want to get away from the problems, not because they want to hear about mine. I feel really lucky because a lot of people have supported me, but it's definitely harder when you're the first person to do something.feedback

Mariale Morrero

I remember I filmed at like 3 in the morning and everything was so improvised. The response I got was really interesting cause I didn't expect that many people to find my video.feedback

Mariale Morrero

I feel like I have such a big responsibility because I'm kind of paving the way for anybody that wants to jump from one language to the other. There are so many people like me who are bilingual and identify themselves as Latin, but they also live here so they're a part of both cultures.feedback

Graham Lewis

Once you've played it live, it's on YouTube. Once that started to happen, it would have been ridiculous to go about things in the same way we had been before.feedback

Ron Jans

He can do wonderful things with a ball but he must start adding more depth to his game. He really still needs some time.feedback

Colin Furze

Stig's at his happiest when he's making the slow, fast - so what better way to celebrate the new series of Top Gear than by taking a rusty old bumper car and converting it into the ultimate fairground speed machine?feedback

Ran Dubin

The network patterns that belong to each video title have very, very strong meaning. I found out that I could actually recognize each stream.feedback

Philipp Schindler - Google

While we recognise that no system will be 100 per cent perfect, we believe these major steps will further safeguard our advertisers' brands, and we are committed to being vigilant and continuing to improve over time.feedback

Jordan Mathews

It's going to be weird going back. It's on YouTube. Look up Teletubbies basketball and it's there. My mom watches it all the time.feedback

Joel Espelien

Video is actually a lot more fragile of an ecosystem than the Silicon Valley, the 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.feedback

Hank Green

YouTube has a decade-long head start, but obviously everyone wants a piece of the pie.feedback

Gabe Winslow - Ansira

They need to get better at the management of what is brand safe and what isn't.feedback

Charlie Crowe - YouTube

There has always been good placements of ads and bad placements of ads and media buying companies have always prided themselves on trying to get the context right. The difference in the online world is that it's all done by an algorithm. The human element is taken out of the equation, so there are problems.feedback

Alex Krasodomski-Jones

This marks a turning point for YouTube. For the first time it's dealing not only with reputation damage but revenue damage. So when there's a problem with advertising like this, it's a big problem.feedback

Charlie Crowe - YouTube

There's increasing resentment among agencies and publishers [towards Google] that's difficult to talk about given its sheer power. This issue has given them a sense of schadenfreude.feedback

Mikkel If Hansen - Blackwood Seven

It's difficult for them to see what they bought because you are buying behavior and not actual placements.feedback

Rob Norman

The simple truth is that the same tech that allows the posting of a recipe, the joyous video of a child or the exposure of an excessive act from law enforcement allows the creation, posting or sharing of the video of a murder.feedback

Jim Cramer

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.feedback

Mike Gundy

John Smith, our wrestling coach, his farm is right by mine. He's got some pretty good walks over there. I figure I can teach him. That will give John and I something to do. When we retire, we can walk around in our boots and rattlesnake hunt and make videos for YouTube.feedback

Marc Goldberg - YouTube

Between non-human traffic and fraud, fake news and hate speech, brands are more concerned than ever.feedback

Scott Coriell - Lyft

This is beyond offensive. As soon as we learned of it, we pulled our advertising on YouTube.feedback

James Dix - Wedbush Securities

If this company is going to look for new growth at scale, it has to pull money from television. Period.feedback

Eric Franchi

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.feedback

James Charles

I've always been an internet kid. I'd watched makeup tutorials on YouTube for five years, and I started practicing on my friends.feedback

Anthony DiClemente

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.feedback

Mohammed Anas

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.feedback

Johanna Wright - YouTube

The bottom line is that this feature isn't working the way it should. We're sorry and we're going to fix it. We understand that this has been confusing and upsetting, and many of you have raised concerns about Restricted Mode and your content being unfairly impacted. It will take time to fully audit our technology and roll out new changes, so please bear with us.feedback

Mohammed Anas

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.feedback

Keith Weed - Unilever

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.feedback

Philipp Schindler - Google

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.feedback

Matt Brittin - Google

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.feedback

Philipp Schindler - Google

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.feedback

Ronan Harris - Google UK

We've heard from our advertisers and agencies loud and clear that we can provide simpler, more robust ways to stop their ads from showing against controversial content. We can do a better job of addressing the small number of inappropriately monetised videos and content. 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.feedback

Jason Derulo

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.feedback

Jason Derulo

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.feedback

Robert Buckland - Citi

I think I would have to be careful because one would need to look at the evidence in a particular instance. But I made my point, I think the law is there, it's a clear boundary and, frankly, if this behaviour meets the criteria for recklessness, then it potentially could lead to an investigation. I think it would be wrong of me to come to a firm conclusion without more information but I hope I have made the point as clear as I can that the criminal law is there and will be used if appropriate.feedback

Philipp Schindler - Google

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.feedback

Matan Uziel

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.feedback

Sarah T Roberts

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.feedback

Matan Uziel

It's staggering because YouTube has a CEO [Susan Wojcicki] who is a feminist and a big champion for gender equality.feedback

Quinby Stewart

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.feedback

Paul Frampton

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.feedback

Matt Brittin - Google

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.feedback

Gigi Lazzarato

That video might be the ultimate tipping point for them, in their transition.feedback

Matt Brittin - Google

I want to take this opportunity to apologise to anyone affected. Clearly we need to do more on that.feedback

Srivara Ransibrahmanakul

It doesn't really matter whether they confess or not because there is physical evidence in the firearms meant for terrorism.feedback

Mohammed Anas

I always wished to win one of these, and I got it. I appreciate my fans also. My wife and my girlfriend – uh, I mean my wife – yeah, sorry to say. [laughs nervously] I'm sorry. I'm so sorry, my wife ... I love you so much. I love so much from my heart. So, let's keep on supporting me.feedback

Michele Attisani

Now that YouTube is definitely investing more on the live side, we felt that it was a great opportunity to come together.feedback

Josh Loerzel - Zing Toys

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.feedback

Rob Norman

The company needs to publicly apologise to companies whose reputation has been compromised, and to take action. Google is presently saying that it takes this issue seriously, but what we will want to see is action. If nothing happens then I think the attitude of the market will harden.feedback

Orin Kerr

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.feedback

Yvette Cooper

'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'.feedback

Truong Minh Tuan

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.feedback

Yvette Cooper

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.feedback

Gregory D. Spriggs - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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.feedback

Gregory D. Spriggs - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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.feedback

Frank Farmer

You feel the heat blast from it. It's so bright you actually see your bones in your hands.feedback

Ronan Harris - Google UK

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.feedback

Sean Donnelly

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.feedback

Scott Moorhead - Aperto

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.feedback

Dan Brooke - Channel 4

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.feedback

Jon Carvill

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.feedback

Ryan Wyatt - YouTube

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.feedback

David Pemsel - Guardian Media Group

The decision by the Guardian to blacklist YouTube will have financial implications for the Guardian in terms of the recruitment of members to fund our journalism. Given the dominance of Google, DoubleClick and YouTube in the digital economy, many brands feel that it is essential to place advertising on your platform. It is therefore vital that Google, DoubleClick and YouTube uphold the highest standards in terms of openness, transparency, and measures to avoid advertising fraud and misplacement in the future. It is very clear that this is not the case at the moment.feedback

Johnny Hornby

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.feedback

Jung-a Kim

"We laughed a lot, but still we were worried a little bit more."feedback

David Duke - Ku Klux Klan

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.feedback

Jean M. Twenge

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.feedback

Nguyen Khoa Hong Thanh

Absence of any of these platforms will create a significant impact on media plan and the business results of companies.feedback

Robert Kelly

Everybody we know seems to think it's pretty hysterical – we understand why people find it enjoyable ... It's funny. If you watch the tape I was sort of struggling to keep my own laughs down. They're little kids and that's how things are. Yes I was mortified, but I also want my kids to feel comfortable coming to me. I made this minor mistake that turned my family into YouTube stars. It's pretty ridiculous. She was in a hippity-hoppity mood that day because of the school party. As soon as she opened the door I saw her image on my screen.feedback

Peter Barron

We have 400 hours of video uploaded onto YouTube every minute which is an extraordinary amount of content. Clearly we don't want illegal content on our platforms and when flagged to us we remove that as quickly as we possibly can.feedback

Tony Porter

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.feedback

Farhad Nouri

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.feedback

Jesse Wellens

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.feedback

Jesse Wellens

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.feedback

Casey Neistat

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.feedback

Casey Neistat

Looking in the rear view mirror is a mistake unless you learn from it.feedback

Casey Neistat

YouTube five years ago wasn't the YouTube today, and it brought an entirely new audience to my work.feedback

John Willis

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.feedback

James P. Steyer - Common Sense Media

When you have … people at highest levels of government using terms like 'alternate facts,' then it's a real challenge for young people. They have to learn … digital literacy. They have to think critically about the content they are consuming. Just because it's on the Internet doesn't mean it's true.feedback

Emma Flint

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.feedback

Ashley Tisdale

Chris has such a talent at reinventing these songs and this all started from me wanting to give back something special to my fans. We never anticipated the incredible amount of support and positive feedback from something that has come so natural to us.feedback

Chris Harris

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.feedback

Chris Harris

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?feedback

Matt LeBlanc

You can please some people some of the time, but you can't please all of the people all of the time.feedback

Chris Harris

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?feedback

David Boyle

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.feedback

Jennifer Lopez

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.feedback

Cortney Whalen

Instead of local or regional we're global. It has definitely broadened the general awareness of the park.feedback

Jennifer Lopez

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.feedback

Scott Devitt - Stifel, Nicolaus & Company

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.feedback

Susan Wojcicki - YouTube

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.feedback

Reed Hastings - Netflix

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.feedback

Owen Wilson

Well, yeah, um, it shouldn't be too tricky. I think it's, Racers, start your engines? I just saw a documentary on his racing and he seemed to have almost more of a passion for that than the stuff he was doing in the movies. His big tip was not to watch his YouTube clip of him doing it because why see perfection? That 'La La Land' I thought was pretty good. I went in seeing that, I was like, I don't know how much I'll like a musical.' But I felt that one was good pretty. And then, umm, yeah.feedback

Brian Wieser - Pivotal Research Group

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.feedback

Gabe Gordon

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.feedback

Kristy Sammis

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.feedback

Gabe Gordon

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.feedback

Burnie Burns

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.feedback

Burnie Burns

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.feedback

Burnie Burns

ASMR videos tend to have low production costs, but have a massive replay-ability factor.feedback

Russ Lesser

We were just talking about maybe we ought to have a line of mermaid products by Body Glove.feedback

Eddy Cue

Our content is marketing in a way, and our marketing is content, and those lines blur all the time in our company.feedback

Jon Wilkins

Funding of extreme websites is just one of a myriad of complex, opaque issues around digital marketing, it is not the issue, it's just one of them, and that's what's made this so complicated. There is a lot of evidence to suggest that it is creating very negative feelings among consumers towards brands.feedback