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Twitch is reportedly making a play for YouTube's top talent
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Rumors this week have surfaced that Twitch is trying to encroach on YouTube's territory by offering deals to its top stars if they'll come and stream on Twitch instead. Twitch's motivation appears to be hunger for a slice of that sweet YouTube ...
Amazon Has YouTube EnvyBloomberg

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Who Wants to Be a YouTube Billionaire?
OZY
When Marcus Butler told his parents of his plan to devote himself to his YouTube channel, he was earning just “tens of pounds.” That was eight years ago, when the excited 18-year-old had just returned from VidCon, the annual online video extravaganza ...



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Ash vs Evil Dead lives on in a brilliant YouTube fan homage
1428 Elm
YouTube artist xHeather360x created a stunning video tribute to Ash vs Evil Dead featuring the music of Black Math. It will leave you with a lump in your throat and tears in your eyes. “Why me? Why do I deserve all this?” – Ash Williams ...

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Bloomberg

Amazon Has YouTube Envy
Bloomberg
YouTube has become synonymous with online video and the lucrative advertising that it commands. Amazon.com Inc.'s Twitch streaming site is the go-to place for the much smaller audience of video gaming enthusiasts. Now, in a bid to grab a larger slice ...
YouTube is paying top creators to promote its new Twitch-style featuresThe Verge
YouTube is paying its stars again, report saysCNET

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Live Science

No, You Shouldn't Get Plastic Surgery Advice from YouTube
Live Science
An old adage with a modern spin says that you shouldn't believe everything you read on the internet. Now, new research adds that you shouldn't believe everything you watch online, either. And that especially goes for plastic surgery videos on YouTube.
YouTube videos are designed to trick people into wanting plastic surgery, study findsThe Independent

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Essence

5 Celebs We Love Who Used YouTube To Launch Their Careers
Essence
Social media has become a gold mine for finding the next talented singer, comedian, or Hollywood star. Platforms, like YouTube, have made it so that underrepresented voices can create lanes of their own, growing devoted fanbases and launching careers.



The Verge

YouTube just gave The Nun the best viral marketing campaign it could hope for
The Verge
YouTube has removed an ad for The Nun, an upcoming horror film, for violating its “violent and shocking content” policy. As reported by Polygon, the unskippable ad was so upsetting that a tweet warning users against it went viral, racking up more than ...
The Latest Ad For 'The Nun' Is So Scary, YouTube Removed ItDeadline
YouTube removes trailer for 'The Nun' after violating “shocking content” policyAlternative Press (blog)
YouTube criticized for showing terrifying horror movie ad that viewers couldn't click away fromWashington Post
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Mashable

YouTube's women of STEM make learning about science fun
Mashable
Learning shouldn't stop after school ends, and the women of YouTube's STEM channels prove that. These aren't the boring science lessons that you had to sit through in stuffy high school classrooms or massive college lecture halls. There are no tests, ...



CNET

The answer to Facebook, Twitter and YouTube's problems with Infowars? Transparency
CNET
Consider just the past week. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his publication Infowars were largely booted off Apple's iTunes and Podcasts services, Facebook, YouTube, Spotify, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Stitcher, MailChimp and Vimeo, all within a few days.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Alex Jones, election security and regretsNBCNews.com
After Alex Jones timeout, Twitter CEO mulls deeper changes - AP NewsAP News

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TNW

These DIY lasers scare the crap out of YouTube
TNW
A chemist YouTuber known for his rather heated content has apparently had several of his videos flagged for being a bit too close to dangerous, which comes as a bit of a surprise considering what else the site allows to exist. We've seen YouTube waffle ...

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