There are 646,152 unique titles across streaming services, according to TV rating company Nielsen.
Also banned: Election-related "deepfake" videos and anything that aims to mislead viewers about voting procedures and how to participate in the 2020 census.
Viewers were led down a path to videos supporting the alt-right, researchers said.
The Information reported Wednesday that Amazon’s live video streaming service Twitch has fallen short of its expectations for ad revenue.
The changes will require content creators to specify whether the videos they upload are "made for kids."
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Zach Johnson shows the day-to-day process behind farming.
The U.S. Navy is making serious changes in how the branch advertises.
Ryan Kaji, known for his channel “Ryan’s World,” garnered $26 million for the year, earning him the title of the highest-paid YouTube star beating out well-known influencers
The "House of Cards" actor tells viewers he 'made some changes' in his life.
The parents are accused of paying $500,000 to create nonexistent positions for their daughters on USC's crew team.
The ninth annual Streamy Awards will be livestreamed exclusively on YouTube on Friday.
The video streaming company said it will now take down videos that lob insults at people based on race, gender expression, sexual orientation or other “protected attributes.”
Whether online or in stores, the ugly holiday sweater season is in full swing.
“I’m terrified to make this video and come back,” Olivia Jade Giannulli says, “but I want to start taking smaller steps in the right direction.”
Dealers sometimes also offered access to opioids – amid an ongoing epidemic in the U.S.
YouTube is in trouble over violating kids' privacy.
Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg become the first individual creator to reach 100 million subscribers on YouTube late Saturday. Fans have celebrated by gifting him a bonus 100,000 subscribers, eeking him up to 100.1 million.
This is not the first time Google-owned Youtube finds itself immersed in political controversy.
YouTube scrambling to amend kid-targeted ads policy on children videos after heavy fines from FTC.