Apple Music, Spotify and other services pull racist music after investigation

By apple, apple music, deezer, engadget, entertainment, gear, google, Internet, music, News, racism, services, spotify, Streaming, youtube, youtube music

Streaming music services had only limited success in purging racist songs from their catalogs. The BBC has discovered through an investigation (via AppleInsider) that Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and YouTube Music were all offering racist and …

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Zefr Made Brand Safety Reporting Partner by YouTube, Announces Development of Independent Brand Safety & Suitability Measurement Product

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Zefr, the leading contextual data platform for brands and agencies, has partnered with YouTube to provide a Brand Safety and Suitability Measurement solution, which will be developed and rolled out throughout the course of 2021. This product will provi…

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Chinese hackers impersonated McAfee to attack election campaign staffers

By antivirus, apt31, China, DDOS, election, election 2020, engadget, gear, hacks, Internet, malware, mcafee, News, north korea, Phishing, Security, youtube

Google warned in June that state-sponsored hackers were targeting 2020 US election campaigns, and now it’s outlining some of the methods those perpetrators used. APT31, a group linked to China, impersonated McAfee (the antivirus software, not …

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YouTube TV will let you check fantasy football scores in its mobile apps

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YouTube TV is ready for some fantasy football. With its Fantasy View feature, which is available today, you track how well your team is doing while you’re watching games. You’ll need to link your fantasy account to YouTube TV to keep an eye o…

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YouTube’s Black Voices Fund announces its first five original works

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Back in July (roughly 6 eons ago in 2020 parlance), YouTube announced the formation of a $100 million fund tasked with “amplifying” Black voices dubbed, “#YouTubeBlack Voices Fund.” Today, the streaming video site revealed the first five creat…

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Five YouTube promotion mistakes that even experienced professionals make

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Even the most experienced professionals make mistakes. And chances are that when you launch your YouTube promotion campaign, you’ll run into the very same mistakes. To prevent this from happening, we’ve gathered the most common YouTube promotion mistakes you can face and ways to avoid them.

The post Five YouTube promotion mistakes that even experienced professionals make appeared first on Search Engine Watch.

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What Activision’s YouTube deal says about Call of Duty esports

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This January, Activision signed a multi-year deal with YouTube, making it the exclusive home of both the Call of Duty and Overwatch leagues, ditching Twitch entirely. The Call of Duty League has 1.1 million YouTube subscribers, and its 2020 ch…

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YouTube is sharing more ‘authoritative’ election info with voters

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YouTube already has a few election protection measures in place, like removing videos that encourage election meddling and banning claims that could mislead voters. Today, YouTube announced that it’s paying special attention to mail-in voting …

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Grimes, FKA twigs and Twice’s Chaeyoung give art talks for Google

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After two million people listened to musician Maggie Rogers narrate an ASMRy video about Van Gogh’s Starry Night, Google has released a second season of Art Zoom. The project combines the Google Arts & Culture division’s photography with wispy na…

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How to get your YouTube videos appear in Google’s video carousel

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Ranking in Google’s video carousel is quite doable and doesn’t require months. Ann Smarty shares a guide to YouTube keyword research and video page optimization.

The post How to get your YouTube videos appear in Google’s video carousel appeared first on Search Engine Watch.

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YouTube Music will suggest songs to make your playlists even better

By engadget, entertainment, gear, google, music, Music Streaming, News, playlist, Playlists, services, Streaming, youtube, youtube music

There’s a real art to building playlists — especially ones you plan to share with other people. Picking the right songs and finding the perfect flow isn’t always easy though. To help you out, Google is employing its AI smarts for a YouTube Mus…

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