MrBeast — who was the YouTuber of the year in 2020 — is crafting a 2 million dollar fund for up-and-coming creators. The fund is to give small creators a chance to blow up as well as giving a cut of their business to MrBeast.
YouTube prides itself on ensuring the safety of its community from harm. Through their efforts, YouTube is the first digital platform to receive accreditation for content-level brand safety from the Media Rating Council (MRC).
YouTube is testing Checks a service to scan videos in the upload process for copyright claims and ad suitability restrictions. This feature will notify creators of issues before the upload process is complete so they may address them.
When we think of video content online these days, we typically think of YouTube, Twitch and TikTok as being the dominant platforms for content creators. These platforms also prove lucrative with the right strategy. But what about Facebook?
TubeBuddy began testing a new service. It is for creators to have their channel reviewed by a YouTube-certified program. Creators receive concise data about their channel in order for optimization.
Wife and manager of Twitch’s most popular streamer “Ninja” Jessica is an active streamer herself with a large following across Twitch, Twitter and Instagram. She has over a million followers on Instagram and over 100,000 on Twitch. Through the brand of “Ninja”, she has gained a spotlight of her own.
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.
Twitch recently released its first ever Transparency Report, which is meant to cover everything Twitch does regarding safety, privacy and more.
March is Women’s History Month and TikTok is celebrating with #WhenWomenWin this week. TikTok is looking to boost female creators by giving them the stage to speak. On the platform, they will be hosting many avenues to discover and participate in Women’s History Month.
TikTok star Josh Richards linked up with Mark Wahlberg’s Unrealistic Ideas to start his own company, CrossCheck studios. The studios focus to produce content...