Shroud's return to Twitch is a success

Shroud’s return to Twitch attracted 500,000 viewers

Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek recently announced his return to Twitch after Mixer was shut down. His return was met with much excitement and enthusiasm.

The Dolan Twins decide to leave YouTube

On the DeeperWithTheDolanTwins podcast's most recent episode, Grayson and Ethan Dolan announced that they would be leaving their YouTube channel with 10.7 million subscribers. The...
Instagram is working on new ways for creators to make money on the platform

Instagram creators have a new way to make money

Mark Zuckerberg announced Instagram is working on a native affiliate tool creators can use to earn money off of recommending products.
Shroud returns to Twitch

Shroud returns to Twitch after exclusive deal

In less than a year leaving Twitch, Shroud, one of the most popular streamers on the internet, is returning to the platform after signing an exclusive deal.

TikTok removed thousands of videos in 2020 during the election

A little less than 350,000 were removed from TikTok in the second half of 2020. The videos removed including topics of election misinformation, disinformation and manipulated media.
Snapchat Spotlight

Snapchat is paying creators to go viral in Spotlight

This week, Snap released its new TikTok competitor named Spotlight on Snapchat. Snap is intending for Spotlight to be more focused on viral, meme content.
TikTok in talks with Twitter and my sue Trump Administration over executive order

TikTok plans to sue Trump, might be bought by Twitter

According to reports, TikTok is in talks with Twitter regarding the purchase of its U.S. operations. Also, there's a chance the company might sue Trump.
Twitch Clips are being claimed for using copyrighted music

Twitch will attempt to give creators more control over Clips

Twitch creators have been hit with copyright claims over Clips linked to their channels. Twitch is looking at ways to give creators more control over Clips
Trump signing bill in 2018

Executive order holds social media companies liable for moderation

US President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that will hold social media companies more liable for moderating content.
Dr Disrespect

Dr Disrespect is back to streaming, now on YouTube

Guy “Dr Disrespect” Beahm has returned to streaming. While he chose YouTube to stream his return, that doesn’t mean he will be sticking to YouTube.


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