The #YouTubeIsOverParty hashtag has been trending due to YouTube’s demonetization of videos that are apparently not advertiser safe. I feel like a lot of other people expressed similar thoughts as mine, so I didn’t jump in right away, but enough of you are still asking about my perspective, so here’s a brief overview of what I think, including a few thoughts I don’t feel are being mentioned as much.
Let’s also use this opportunity to talk about other changes and updates happening on YouTube and the online video space in general.
LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS VIDEO
- Man, people really like using the word “censorship”
- YouTube’s Big Change To Its Monetization Policy Isn’t A Change At All
- Casey Neistat on YouTube taking away monetization
- YouTube De-Monetization Explained
- YouTube Stars Are Blowing Up Over Not Getting Paid
- Inside Backstage: YouTube’s plan to bring photos, polls, and text to the video service
- Twitter Unveils Ad-Sharing Program For Creators
- Changes to account standing
- Changes to comments on private videos
- Google is ditching ‘Hangouts On Air’ in favor of YouTube Live
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