YouTube secures a big win in the EU over copyright

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By: Ryan Browne

The European Union’s top court on Tuesday ruled that Google’s YouTube and other online platforms should not be held liable for copyright-infringing uploads in certain situations.

As things stand, online platforms “do not, in principle, themselves make a communication to the public of copyright-protected content illegally posted online by users of those platforms,” …

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YouTube to Host Small-Business Shopping Event in E-Commerce Push

By: Nico Grant

YouTube is hosting a small-business day to attract more entrepreneurs and shoppers to its platform, in an effort to bolster revenue and make the website a bigger hub for e-commerce.

The world’s largest video platform will showcase a live-streamed shopping event Thursday, during which viewers will be able to buy products …

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YouTube Music Gives Update on $100 Million Black Voices Fund

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By: Jem Aswad

Last June, YouTube launched a $100 million #YouTubeBlack Voices Fund in an effort to help equip Black musicians with the resources and support to enable them to “thrive and invest in work that amplifies the voices, perspectives and stories of all Black artists around the world,” according to the announcement.

The …

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How Google’s $150 billion advertising business works

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By: Megan Graham

Alphabet’s market capitalization of over $1.5 trillion makes it one of the most valuable publicly traded companies in the world, trailing only Apple, Microsoft and Amazon.

Created in 2015, Alphabet is essentially a holding company for Google, which generates nearly all of its revenue and profit. Google has always portrayed itself as a tech company and has …

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YouTube Adds New Tools To Detect Copyright Violations and Block Them Within the Upload Process

By: Andrew Hutchinson

YouTube is rolling out some new options to give users more capacity to stop copyright violations in uploads, and detect potential IP infringements within the app.

First off, YouTube is adding a new element in the copyright claim process which will enable creators to tick a new box when reporting a copyright violation in …

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Facebook Launches New Dynamic Ads for Video Streaming Platforms

By: Andrew Hutchinson

Today, The Social Network has added new ‘Dynamic Ads for Streaming’, which is designed to help video streaming brands showcase relevant titles to people on Facebook, in order to entice new sign-ups based on their interests.

As explained by Facebook:

“With Dynamic Ads for Streaming, when people see an ad for your …

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Why Judge Judy is taking her gavel from broadcast TV to streaming

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By: John Jurgensen

The last case she taped for “Judge Judy” didn’t deviate in style from the roughly 12,750 cases before it. Wearing a black robe, lace collar and expression of intense focus, Judy Sheindlin heard a typical dispute—contractor suing for payment, client claiming shoddy work—which she dispatched with signature jabs like “That’s baloney” and …

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How YouTube Theater’s Opening Is Inspiring A New Creator Economy

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By: Andrea Zarczynski

YouTube is making bold moves as the entertainment industry resumes live music and events. This week the company announced a first naming rights agreement with Hollywood Park sports and entertainment venue that will name the 300-acre, 6,000-seat destination YouTube Theater. 

The extensive, multi-year partnership is the first of its kind for YouTube, …

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How Amazon Is Attracting Bigger Audiences With Premium Sports, IMDb TV’s Free Content

By: Antonio Ferme

At Variety‘s Virtual TV Fest panel presented by Amazon Advertising, Marie Donoghue, VP of global sports video at Amazon, as well as Ryan Pirozzi and Lauren Anderson — IMDb TV’s co-heads of content and programming — spoke with Variety NY digital editor Todd Spangler.

The execs discussed the lineup of original series and live …

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YouTube bans masthead ads for politics, alcohol and bets

By: Elizabeth Culliford

Alphabet Inc’s (GOOGL.O) YouTube will no longer allow political or election ads in its coveted masthead spot at the top of the site’s homepage nor ads for alcohol, gambling and prescription drugs, it said on Monday.

In an email to advertisers, seen by Reuters, YouTube said the change built on its move last …

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Cost per thousand (CPM) is a marketing term used to denote the price of 1,000 advertisement impressions on one webpage. If a website publisher charges $2.00CPM, that means an advertiser must pay $2.00 for every 1,000 impressions of its ad. The "M" in CPM represents the Roman numeral for 1,000.

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