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Emily Hartridge, popular YouTube personality, dies at 35

The London Metropolitan Police said in a press release that a woman in her 30s was involved in a crash between an electric scooter and a truck. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. Police did not identify the woman. According to The Guardian, Hartdridge, 35, was the victim in the crash. The Guardian also said the crash was Britain’s “first fatal collision involving an e-scooter.” – Amir Vera, CNN International » https://ift.tt/2lhG5AU
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YouTubers’ first organizing attempt, the Internet Creators Guild, is shutting down

Despite the shutdown, the ICG’s concerns are even more apt years later. The guild says it remains concerned about networks and studios using illegitimate copyright claims to take down “huge amounts of content,” record labels allegedly taking 70 percent of every dollar spent on YouTube Premium subscriptions, and brands mandating that creators hide how much they’re paid for sponsorships, making it harder for everyone to be paid fairly. (The Verge reached out to YouTube for comment, but the company did not respond by publication time.) – Julia Alexander, The Verge » https://ift.tt/2JDVCnb

YouTube is giving creators more ways to make money

Today, YouTube is introducing a much-requested change to memberships: levels. With levels, creators can set up to five different price points for memberships, each with their own set of perks. The feature has already been tested by select YouTubers, including the Fine Brothers Entertainment on their REACT channel. Their channel membership revenue increased by 6x after they rolled out two more expensive pricing tiers, YouTube said. – Sarah Perez, TechCrunch » https://tcrn.ch/2jAhGpN

YouTube Star “Fires” Walmart Employees In Prank Gone Bad, Draws Condemnations

“This prank is offensive and the people responsible are no longer welcome in our stores,” Walmart said in a statement to Click 2 Houston. “We’ve taken actions on behalf of our associates, including asking YouTube to remove the video and calling their attention to the bullying nature of this hoax. Our associates work hard every day to serve our customers. They do a fantastic job, deserve better than being subjected to such disrespect, and will continue to have our full support.” – Bruce Haring, Deadline Hollywood » http://bit.ly/2WFbaMO
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