Spotify acquires Podz, a podcast discovery platform

By: Amanda Silberling

Since podcasts are usually upward of 30 minutes long, it’s hard for listeners to browse new shows — listening to an episode of a podcast isn’t as easy as trying out a song by a new artist. So, Podz developed what it called “the first audio newsfeed,” presenting users with 60-second clips …

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Facebook details self-supervised AI that can segment images and videos

By: Kyle Wiggers

Facebook today announced that it developed an algorithm in collaboration with Inria called DINO that enables the training of transformers, a type of machine learning model, without labeled training data. The company claims it sets a new state-of-the-art among unlabeled data training methods and leads to a model that can discover and segment objects …

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In the news: Clarifying how we monetize social justice content

By: The YouTube Team

Over the past year at YouTube, we’ve increased our commitment and focus on social justice and equity. Since the launch of YouTube 16 years ago, our platform has been a place where people come together, and we see this more than ever during difficult times. In times of social unrest, YouTube is a place …

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YouTube’s Working on New Updates for its Blur Tools Within YouTube Studio

By: Andrew Hutchinson

YouTube is testing a new update to its blur tool within YouTube Studio, which will make it easier for creators to blur out specific elements within their YouTube clips as part of the upload process. As explained by YouTube engineer Abhinav Singh:

“Now in Studio, you can blur faces, people, license plates, logos, etc., …

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Why AT&T and Discovery Think Bigger is Better for Streaming

By: Scott Porch

Heading into this week, the big media story looked to be the long list of shows that the major networks and ad-supported streamers would announce in their upfront presentations to advertisers. By Monday afternoon, though, the story had flipped on its head to who would own the big networks and ad-supported streamers by …

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Tubi taps LiveRamp tech to turn on authenticated ad inventory

By: Ben Munson

Tubi, an ad-supported streaming service owned by Fox, has reached a deal with LiveRamp to use the tech vendor’s Authenticated Traffic Solution to build addressable audiences.

Tubi said its new deal with LiveRamp will allow for addressability on all OTT devices while maintaining the ability to reach a large percentage of …

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YouTube Analytics Gets 5 Updates

By: Matt Southern

In order to facilitate answers to those questions, YouTube has created a Members tab within the Audience page in YouTube Analytics.

What that section is going to show creators is total number of active members, and the total number of members a channel has had throughout its lifetime. The Members tab will show totals as …

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YouTube Select Will Now Offer Seasonal Opportunities for Brands to Increase Their Reach

By: Arooj Ahmed

YouTube is one of the worlds most used platform and probably the best one to stream your videos and watch video content on. The application knows that it has a large following and therefore it works hard every day to offer the best it has to its community.

YouTube offers brands …

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YouTube Introduces New Features to Compete with Twitch

By: Max Fagandini

YouTube and Twitch have been vying for supremacy in the streaming sphere for the better part of a decade now, and the battle still rages on. Many streamers are huge fans of Twitch’s feature-rich interface, despite the service’s myriad other issues, but the team at YouTube seems determined to make their mark in …

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Optimism In Future Growth Prospects Are Captured In Roku’s Current Share Price

By: Larry Cheung

Roku is now a momentum trade that is a proxy for investor’s risk appetite for returns in today’s low-rates and easy Fed policy environment. I believe the company’s future prospects and growth trajectory along with the general content streaming industry is incredible but its shares need to be treated with great caution at …

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