Target will no longer sell YouTube star Shane Dawson's book because his videos included blackface and racial slurs.
YouTube TV has raised its price to add ViacomCBS channels.
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YouTube is launching a new advertising program for brands.
The show will also include a lineup of appearances by BTS, Alicia Keys, Kelly Rowland, Kerry Washington, and Zendaya.
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Controversy over a video removed by YouTube highlights the challenges in preventing the spread of misinformation related to the coronavirus.
Google, YouTube and cloud-based services drove Alphabet to a 13 percent revenue gain, the slowest growth the company has seen in more than four years as the coronavirus pandemic spread around the world.
YouTube has expanded its fact-check policies amid coronavirus to highlight potentially harmful misinformation.
"Shorts" will allow people to upload brief videos and take advantage of licensed music that YouTube Music has in its catalog
YouTube is reducing video quality from high-definition to standard-definition on a global scale to ease stress on internet networks.
Loughlin has two daughters, ages 20 and 21, with fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli.
YouTube has reversed its blanket ban on videomakers making money on content that discusses the novel coronavirus.
The Sinclair-owned stations have exclusive local rights to 42 professional sports teams, including 14 MLB franchises and 16 NBA franchises.
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