YouTube has now started highlighting content-relevant hashtags above video titles allowing users to quickly jump from one video to a similar video based on a common hashtag. It’s currently unclear when these hashtags started getting greater visibility on video listings, although the feature seems to be active on both the web version of YouTube and […]
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YouTube is now banning channels promoting Twitch streams with no warning, as evidenced by a number of high-profile content creators and streamers who recently started complaining about the practice. While no known user with a significant online following has yet been banned permanently and all reports on the matter that emerged so far claim the […]
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Making a cool video on YouTube and losing views because a creator with more subscribers reuploads it or puts it into a compilation can be a real bummer, but a new tool called Copyright Match seeks to solve that issue by giving the original uploader of a piece of content notifications of reuploads and the […]
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YouTube Music v2.39 began rolling out about a week ago, as the revamped service became available in about 17 countries. Now, 9to5Google has decided to tear down the APK and see what kind of strings are included that might point to future updates and features. The team found a rather interesting tidbit, that points to […]
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The team behind YouTube appears to have created a moderate uproar with a scheduled test to compare the quality of video thumbnails created by content creators to those generated by AI YouTube says the experiment will affect approximately 0.3-percent of viewers – upwards of five million people – and will effectively show those viewers AI-created […]
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The YouTube for Android TV app has received an update this week which brings with it a number of small but useful changes. The update is now listed as live on the Google Play Store and therefore should be making its way out to devices soon, if it has not arrived already. The first change […]
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YouTube TV has now added STARZ to its network lineup. As a result, customers of Google’s paid-for, live TV streaming service will now be able to tune in to a variety of STARZ-related shows, including Power, American Gods, Outlander, Vida, and Sweetbitter. As the announcement from the entertainment company confirms, the deal with YouTube TV […]
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Google-owned YouTube recently got a total revamp of its YouTube Music app to more closely match and better improve upon the functionality of Google Play Music, but according to YouTube product head T Jay Fowler, the two apps aren’t quite ready to converge just yet. Fowler says that the newer app still has a good […]
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The new YouTube Music browser player is now rolling out to some users, with several individuals reporting the feature as going live in the last 24 hours. The player that can be seen below is usually preceded by an email welcoming users to “the new YouTube Music,” a major service revamp announced in mid-May. One […]
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Vevo has now confirmed it’s effectively ending its standalone platform presence online with its collection of music videos to continue to remain available via YouTube. While the announcement did not specifically reference it, it is understood this means the website, as well as the company’s Android app, will be coming to a close soon enough. […]
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