Tumblr announced an upcoming partnership program for it’s users. It will allow them to take a part of ad revenue generated by their blog.
The RoundTable has a grand old time this week speculating about the plot to the new Power Rangers movie and what’s going to happen with the CW.
Visual artist Alan Resnick creates surreal comedy that spans genres, utilizing physical and digital mediums. His work can be seen both on his YouTube channel as well as through his collaboration with Adult Swim.
The new service launched on May 10, along with a company press release. The service allows users to upload their own videos, as well as profit from the sales of or preroll ad views on those videos.
YouTube announced a change to their Content ID system to hold disputed videos money. This change hasn’t been lauded within the part of the YouTube community concerned with fair use.
In an announcement on their official blog, YouTube revealed the first batch of YouTube Red exclusive content that will release on February 10, 2016. Four pieces of content will release through the YouTube Red channel exclusively for members to the company’s new paid subscription service. Lazer Team, a sci-fi movie by RoosterTeeth Productions…
As 2015 begins to wrap up, the CommonGeek crew looks back one some of the recent news, but also their picks for Game of the Year.
We’re joined this week by Sarah Smith, YouTube and ThisIsFilm. contributor. A nice discussion on YouTube and meme culture, along with Uber and food ensues.
Another day, another YouTube feature removed. The popular video streaming service made a low key announcement that users will no longer have access to the webcam capture feature after January 16, 2016 as noted by VentureBeat. The feature allowed users to capture from their webcam, bypassing a capture program to…
The trio is back together for another look at Jessica Jones, backward compatibility, net neutrality, and YouTube.